5 edition of The Fantastic Ordinary World of Lutz Rathenow found in the catalog.
by Xenos Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Boria Sax (Editor), Imogen Von Tannenberg (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||201|
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Genre/Form: Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rathenow, Lutz, Fantastic ordinary world of Lutz Rathenow. The Fantastic Ordinary World of Lutz Rathenow: Poems, Plays & Stories, by Lutz Rathenow, is a book of poems, plays and stories written originally in German.
Synopsis. A bilingual edition of satires, skits and grotesqueries conveying the maddening humdrumness of. The Fantastic Ordinary World of Lutz Rathenow draws this lesson and thus the pleasure out of the painful republic." Order.
Artwork from the book cover by Robyn Johnson-Ross. Excerpt from the book: No Ordinary Spy translated by Boria Sax The spy this story is about was no ordinary spy. He was the best in the land.
Lutz Rathenow () Lutz Rathenow (born 22 September in Jena) is a dissident German writer and poet who was haunted by the Secret Police until the German reunification. From then on, his fortunes changed, and he received several literary honors and awards. Follow Lutz Rathenow and explore their bibliography from 's Lutz Rathenow Author Page.
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The Fantastic, Ordinary World of Lutz. Rathenow (edited anthology of translations). Sacramento: Xenos Books, The Serpent and the Swan: Animal Brides in Literature and Folklore.
Austin: U. of Tennessee Press, (formerly published by McDonald & Woodward Publishing Co.). Berlin author Lutz Rathenow lived through the worst years of Communist East Germany, writing poems, plays, and stories that mirrored, mocked, and challenged the Marxist regime.
These short satires—most of them translated into English for the first time—show ordinary people trapped in a police state so rigid, stiflinf, and oppressive as to.
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