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David Sax -

Warum wir uns nach realen Dingen sehnen

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2. Auflage November 2017. Aus dem kanadischen Englisch.
316 pages
format:140 x 220
ISBN: 9783701734078
Release date: 24.03.2017

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David Sax

geboren 1979, lebt in Toronto/Kanada. Er ist freier Journalist und Autor zahlreicher Sachbücher. Er publiziert regelmäßig in der New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek und Saveur. Für seine Sachbücher wurde er zuletzt mit dem James Beard Award ausgezeichnet. Zuletzt bei Residenz erschienen: "Die Rache des Analogen - Warum wir uns nach realen Dingen sehnen".

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