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There are two, Bachmann laughed, geographic and magnetic. By dog sled it's a
day's journey between them. Haven't the faintest idea, the stranger shrugged his
shoulders, never thought about it. Here's the men's toilet. Idle talk has caused a ...
What regiment? What are you talking about? Didn't you want to join your
regiment or some special duty battalion. Or did I misunderstand you? There's no
hurry about that now, Herr Halftan. I can see you're getting more sense by the
Talking is safer than dying. Isn't it? That's why I have to keep talking all the time.
But I'm afraid it doesn't always work. People look at you so strangely. I'm always
hunting for words. I can use them all. Big ones, little ones, thin ones, fat ones; ...
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A tragic/comedic tale of the absurdity of war told from the prospective of Bachmann, a WW2 German soldier, the survivor of a devastating battle where almost his entire regiment was lost in the mud of ... Read full review
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The first thing we learn about "Jakov Lind" in Joshua Cohen's introduction is that the author of this 1963 novella (written in German) was, in fact, a man of many names, as well as something of a ... Read full review