Todo lo que tengo lo llevo conmigo / Everything I Possess I Carry With Me (Paperback)

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By Herta Muller, Rosa Pilar Blanco (Translated by)
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Valiéndose de las conversaciones y de las detalladas notas de la vida en el campo de concentración tomadas por su amigo, el poeta Oskar Pastior, la premio Nobel rumana Herta Müller indaga en la historia de represión y persecución sufrida por los alemanes rumanos en tiempos de Stalin.
«Una conmovedora obra que consigue, con un lenguaje de enorme sensibilidad, traer luz a los tiempos oscuros.»
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION2009 Nobel Laureate Herta Müller presents a superb new novel that delves into the horrors endured by Romanian Germans during Stalin’s regime. Her book stems from interviews with the poet Oskar Pastior (imprisoned from 1945 to 1949) and other Gulag survivors. "Shocked that, in the depths of winter, I was to be taken who-knows-where by the Russians, everyone wanted to give me something that would be useful, maybe, even if it didn't help. Because nothing on earth could help. It was irrevocable: I was on the Russians' list, so everyone gave me something [...]"

Product Details
ISBN: 9788466317887
ISBN-10: 8466317880
Publisher: Punto de Lectura
Publication Date: September 30th, 2011
Pages: 268
Language: Spanish



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