Der Hase mit den Bernsteinaugen. Das verborgene Erbe der Familie Ephrussi
Publish date: 2013
Pages no: 350
Edition language: Deutsch
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, Art History
Edmund de Waal's book traces the history of an art collection from the nineteenth century through today. My reaction to the book is a combination of wanting the story to move faster and wanting to know more.Read my full review at: http://memoriesfrombooks.blogspot.com/2014/01/hare-with-amber-eyes.h...
I was intrigued by the title of this book which, ultimately, is what made me pick it up once I saw it on one of the tables of a bookstore. My general rule is that if a book interests me I will first read it at the library and then, if I really love it and know I'll definitely want to reread it in th...
Part family history, part European history and all centred around netsuke, small Japanese figures.
The Hare with Amber Eyes is one of the most original books I have ever read.It was a compulsory read for an auto/biography course I'm taking and I can see how it will spark intriguing discussion when we get to talking about it (if people dare speak up this time, that is..) It is hard to define what ...
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