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Ich sehe was, was du nicht siehst

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Manches bleibt aus Kindertagen ja doch hängen: die Geschichte von Janosch "O wie schön ist Panama"-Bär und -Tiger brechen zu einer Entdeckungsreise auf, laufen im Kreis, kommen zu Hause wieder an und sehen plötzlich alles mit anderen Augen: Wie schön ist dort doch alles.

"Ich sehe was, was du nicht siehst" -- auch aus alten Tagen, ein Kinderspiel und: so ein bißchen die J

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Paperback, 128 pages
Published 2004 by Fischer (first published 1999)
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Alessandro
Feb 28, 2012 Alessandro rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Certe coincidenze fanno paura. Li chiamiamo coincidenze, ma forse sono semplici risposte che arrivano al momento giusto. Pensavo a questo dopo aver letto la descrizione del libro, puntualissima. Nella vita accade sempre, una o più volte, che tu rifletta sul fatto che forse è il caso di andare via, mollare tutto e andare via. Oppure ne puoi essere anche costretto, dopo che i limiti vengono superati, per lasciare il posto ad altri limiti. C’è pur sempre la paura di una scelta definitiva, la ...more
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It's only been a few weeks and I already forgot what this book was about. Not that it matters, because the subject isn't what stands out here; it's the writing.

Vanderbeke has a very different writing stream-of-consciousness writing style. Good different, in the way that makes you get really close to the characters. It's a story about a moment in the life of some people, weird, unordered, personal, real.

I enjoyed reading it. Though, for the life of me, I cannot remember what it was about. Someth
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Birgit Vanderbeke (born 8 August 1956 in Dahme, Brandenburg) is a German writer. Vanderbeke grew up in Frankfurt am Main after her family moved to West Germany in 1961. She studied Law, Germanic and Romance languages. The English translation of her debut novel, Das Muschelessen, by Jamie Bulloch was published in 2013 by Peirene Press as The Mussel Feast. Since 1993 she has been living in southern ...more
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