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One Day a Year 1960 - 2000 Paperback – 8 Feb 2007

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One Day a Year 1960 - 2000 "The rewards of reading Christa Wolf can be very considerable."-The Times Literary Supplement In 1960, East German writer Christa Wolf received a phone call from a Moscow newspaper asking if she would describe her experiences on a single day, September 27, "as precisely as possible." She was intrigued by the request and has continued recording her thoughts and feelings on that day ever since. Thi... Full description

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A gem of its own class 22 May 2007
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This book chronicles the social atmosphere of East Germany from 1960-2000 through the eyes of a writer, a wife and a mother, in the ordinary in-and-outs of daily life. Poignant, at times, funny & sarcastic, yet always genuine confession of a keen observer who articulates with grace; reminiscent of the american author Kathleen Norris.
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