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Ruth Rybarski (Edited by) - Cat loves woman loves cat

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A book about purring humorists, soft-pawed charmers, furry companions and other exceptional felines.

Authors like Andrea Maria Dusl, Julia Franck, Christine Kaufmann, Ruth Klüger, Eva Menasse, Ingrid Noll, Lilo Wanders as well as numerous other cat lovers from German-speaking countries can’t all be wrong: Cats are not only the most literary of all animals, they also have unmistakably unique characters. They are unrivaled as purring heating pads, imaginative jokers and compassionate housemates. Their taste is incorruptible, whether they are dealing with cat food, new family members, dogs, new lovers or potential husbands. Ruth Rybarski has collected 30 as of yet unpublished love declarations to cats. A must for all cat lovers and all those who are thinking of becoming one.

Book details

240 pages
format:125 x 205
ISBN: 9783701715701
Release date: 08.02.2011

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Die Beiträge stammen von: Ingrid Noll, Kathrin Schmidt, Christine Haiden, Luisa Francia, Silke Hassler, Andrea Maria Dusl, Julia Franck, Ruth Klüger, Anna Mitgutsch, Andrea Grill, Polly Adler, Mieze Medusa, Jutta Winkelmann, Gisela Getty, Christine Kaufmann, Julia Kospach, Lilo Wanders, Eva Menasse, Elisabeth Reichart, Susanne Scholl, Clarissa Stadler, Linda Stift, Emmy Werner, Erika Wimmer, Petra Hartlieb.
Ruth Rybarski (Edited by)

was born in Vienna and studied Theater and Jewish Studies; She is an editor for the culture section of “profil” magazine and has been part of the cultural editorial department of ORF since 1995. The self-declared cat freak lives in Vienna with her cat Medley


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Es gehört sowieso in die Bibliothek jeder Katzenliebhaberin und jedes Katzenliebhabers.

Eine nette Sammlung für Katzenfreundinnen.

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