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Walking in Berlin

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An absolutely epic book, a walking remembrance.'- Walter Benjamin'To this day, there is no better Berlin travel guide.' - Peter von Becker, Tagesspiegel'When you think of Berlin in the 1920s, you cannot avoid thinking of the storyteller, critic, and translator Franz Hessel.' - Manfred Papst recommends Spazieren in Berlin in the Neue ZĂĽricher Zeitung (NZZ)'a newly rediscovered treasure' - Die Welt'Hessel is a modest...
An absolutely epic book, a walking remembrance.'- Walter Benjamin'To this day, there is no better Berlin travel guide.' - Peter von Becker, Tagesspiegel'When you think of Berlin in the 1920s, you cannot avoid thinking of the storyteller,...

Walking in Berlin

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Scribe UK, angličtina, 2018

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Podrobnosti

  • Nakladatel
  • Kategorie
  • Výška
    • 205.00 mm
  • Šířka
    • 136.00 mm
  • Hloubka
    • 0.00 mm
  • Hmotnost
    • 0.00 kg
  • Jazyk
    • angličtina
  • Počet stránek
    • 0
  • Typ vazby
    • brožovaná
  • Datum vydání
    • 1.12.2016

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An absolutely epic book, a walking remembrance.'- Walter Benjamin'To this day, there is no better Berlin travel guide.' - Peter von Becker, Tagesspiegel'When you think of Berlin in the 1920s, you cannot avoid thinking of the storyteller, critic, and translator Franz Hessel.' - Manfred Papst recommends Spazieren in Berlin in the Neue ZĂĽricher Zeitung (NZZ)'a newly rediscovered treasure' - Die Welt'Hessel is a modest master of spontaneous observation.' - Sabine Vogel, Berliner ZeitungFranz Hessel was an observer par excellence of the increasingly hectic metropolis that was Berlin in the late 1920s. In Walking in Berlin, a collection of 23...
An absolutely epic book, a walking remembrance.'- Walter Benjamin'To this day, there is no better Berlin travel guide.' - Peter von Becker, Tagesspiegel'When you think of Berlin in the 1920s, you cannot avoid thinking of the storyteller, critic, and translator Franz Hessel.' - Manfred Papst recommends Spazieren in Berlin in the Neue...
An absolutely epic book, a walking remembrance.'- Walter Benjamin'To this day, there is no better Berlin travel guide.' - Peter von Becker, Tagesspiegel'When you think of Berlin in the 1920s, you cannot avoid thinking of the storyteller, critic, and translator Franz Hessel.' - Manfred Papst recommends Spazieren in Berlin in the Neue ZĂĽricher Zeitung (NZZ)'a newly rediscovered treasure' - Die Welt'Hessel is a modest master of spontaneous observation.' - Sabine Vogel, Berliner ZeitungFranz Hessel was an observer par excellence of the increasingly hectic metropolis that was Berlin in the late 1920s. In Walking in Berlin, a collection of 23 essays that was originally published in German in 1929, he captures the rhythm of Weimar-era Berlin, recording evidence of the seismic shifts shaking German culture at the time.Nearly all of the pieces take the form of a walk or outing (or a pastiche of several), focusing either on a theme or part of the city, and many end at a theatre, cinema, or club. Hessel effortlessly weaves historical information into his observations, displaying his extensive knowledge of the city. Today, many years after the Nazi era and the post-war reconstruction that followed, the areas he visited are all still prominent and interesting, and his record of them has become priceless. Superbly written, and as fresh today as when it first appeared, this is a book to be savoured.

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