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The Emigrants - W.G. Sebald
The Emigrants
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A novel focusing on the lives of Jewish emigrants in Norfolk, Austria, America and Manchester, translated from the German by Michael Hulse.
A novel focusing on the lives of Jewish emigrants in Norfolk, Austria, America and Manchester, translated from the German by Michael Hulse.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780811213387 (0811213382)
Publisher: New Directions Publishing Corporation
Pages no: 237
Edition language: English
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M Sarki
M Sarki rated it
This was such a pleasing read for me. Sebald was a special talent. I am looking forward to reading the two remaining unread titles in his oeuvre that includes Rings of Saturn and Austerlitz.
Mining the Depths
Mining the Depths rated it
2.0
I'll have to do more research before Thursday, or I'll only complain about the most boring narrator(s)? ever. It's a fairly short book book about people monologuing to each other and/or to the reader endlessly. Wow, just glanced at the other reviews and now I feel bad. But while there was nice descr...
AC
AC rated it
fabulous....
audreyhawkins
audreyhawkins rated it
The Emigrants fits perfectly with what I've read of Sebald's oeuvre. Through four biographical portraits, Sebald explores the experiences of people who have left, or been made to leave, their homelands. The narrator describes how the four have come into his life, how he came to hear their stories, o...
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