The Selected Stories of Siegfried Lenz
Northwestern University Press, 1995 - 225 páginas
Siegfried Lenz is one of Germany's foremost writers, ranking in popularity as well as critical esteem with G nter Grass and Heinrich B ll. In the United States, his stature is based on his novel The German Lesson, but he is also considered one of the best short story writers of the postwar generation. These twenty-six stories make up the first comprehensive collection of his short works to appear in English.
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