Kleiner Mann - was nun?: Roman
This classic 1933 novel provides a vivid picture of life in Germany just before Hitler's takeover and focuses on the lives of a young married couple who struggle to survive in the country's nightmarish economic atmosphere. Fallada captures the turmoil that engulfs Johannes and Bunny Pinneberg as they try to satisfy even their most basic needs in a society in total chaos from incredible, deadly inflation.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lilywren - LibraryThing
This is the third book by Fallada I have read following on the heels of [Every Man Dies Alone] (or Alone in Berlin) and [The Drinker]. I have enjoyed every single one. Kudos has to be given to the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Nycticebus - LibraryThing
This novel is usually presented as a sympathetic portrait of struggling common people in the economic depression of the early 1930s. Much of it still rings true. What struck me, however, was the ... Read full review