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In der Firma ist man in Feierlaune. Gehrer, brillanter Marketingchef, wird mit seinem Harvard-Diplom zurückerwartet – und das an seinem 35. Geburtstag. Gehrer aber sitzt im Regen auf einer Bank am See. Er zieht Bilanz. Fünfunddreißig enthüllt scharfsinnig und poetisch zugleich ein zeitgenössisches Lebensgefühl und entwirft »eine kleine Philosophie des Durchbrennens«
Paperback, 208 pages
Published November 30th 2004 by Diogenes (first published 2003)
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