In seiner frühen Kindheit ein Garten: Roman

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Suhrkamp, 2005 - Fathers and sons - 270 pages
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Als der bundesweit gesuchte Terrorist Oliver Zurek in einem Gefecht mit Beamten des Grenzschutzes von einer Kugel tödlich verletzt wird, kommt es zu einem politischen Skandal. Denn die offiziellen Mitteilungen über seinen Tod im mecklenburgischen Kleinen - es ist von Selbstmord die Rede - stimmen nicht mit den Zeugenaussagen überein.

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User Review  - Annika - Goodreads

I really liked the story and the topic. I could relate to most of the characters very well. But there's so much I want to know about what happend after, how all this happend, how Oliver became what he ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jule - Goodreads

for a school book nothing to complain about...but the end is not really convincing. All in all it's based too much on emotion in my opinion. Read full review

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Christoph Hein (born 8 April 1944): As a poet, playwright, essayist, and novelist, Christoph Hein is considered one of the most important and respected literary voices in Germany today. Widely acclaimed in Germany and abroad, Hein's works have been translated into 17 languages. The Tango Player, Hein's second novel to appear in English, was acclaimed as an ingenious and provocative novel by the Times Literary Supplement. The Tango Player gives the reader an insight into life in East Germany. Other novels by Hein include The Distant Lover and Death of Horn. Hein was awarded the prestigious Heinrich Mann Prize and the West German Kritikerpreis in 1983 and was the first recipient of the Erich Fried Prize in 1990.

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