Alle Tage: Roman

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Luchterhand, 2004 - Refugees - 429 pages
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Alle Tage opens with the startling image of a man bound by his feet, hanging upside down from a scaffolding in a deserted section of a German city known only as "B". The man is Abel Nema, reputed genius and general failure, who has lost his grip on life. Three major events have marked his life -- the disappearance of his father, his best friend's rejection of Abel's declared love, and an explosion that imparted to Abel mysterious linguistic gifts.

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Alle Tage is the first novel of Terezia Mora, a hungarian author living in Berlin. Reading it feels like reading like a long, long poem. The language is very prowerful and there are strong images ... Read full review


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