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Kathrin Röggla - Crazy Weather

Novel

Kathrin Röggla is eavesdropping on this Berlin of words, discovering sounds, dialogues and scenes that have never been heard in this raving lightness before (…) prose sustained by a distinct sound. Hanns Zischler, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Kathrin Röggla takes the new Berlin by its words: (...) scores on urban lingo and the syndromes of the urban scene, consistently put down in lower-case. Christiane Zintzen, Neue Zürcher Zeitung

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168 pages
ISBN: 9783701711710
Release date: 01.01.2000

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Kathrin Röggla

Kathrin Röggla, born 1971 in Salzburg. She studied German Philology and Communication Studies. She lives in Berlin and has won many prizes for her works.

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