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Das geheime Brot

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Ein Märchen über die Hoffnung und die Erkenntnis, daß man sie nie aufgeben darf. Bei aller Heiterkeit ein besinnlich und zuversichtlich stimmendes Buch und ein Bekenntnis zu den positiven Werten des Lebens, zu Mut, Vertrauen und Optimismus.
Hardcover, 313 pages
Published March 1st 1996 by Droemer Knaur (first published 1950)
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Mady
Aug 09, 2010 rated it liked it
Shelves: borrowed, 2010, german
This is a modern fairy tale taking place in Vienna, shortly after the end of 2nd World War, where everybody has lost a lot and have to find the will and hope they need in order to rebuild their lifes.

Not the best piece of literature ever made, but a good humoured book about a serious subject.

The German was easy enough for me to read it with the odd word being checked on the ever present dictionary :P
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Johannes Mario Simmel was an Austrian writer.

He was born in Vienna and grew up in Austria and England. He was trained as a chemical engineer and worked in research from 1943 to the end of World War II. After the end of the war, he worked as a translator for the American military government and published reviews and stories in the Vienna Welt am Abend. Starting in 1950, he worked as a reporter for
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