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What I Saw in Europe: A Series of Familiar Portraits. 点击放大图片 作者: Ellwood Haines Stokes 13位国际标准书号（ISBN13）: 英文书格式: 纸质版或者PDF电子版（用Acrobat Reader打开） 中文名称: 英文书简介. What I Saw in Europe: A Series of Familiar Portraits. "[Joseph Roth] is now recognized as one of the twentieth century's great writers."―Anthony Heilbut, Los Angeles Times Book Review The Joseph Roth revival has finally gone mainstream with the thunderous reception for What I Saw, a book that has become a classic with five hardcover gly reviewed, What I Saw introduces a new generation to the Cited by: 6.
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This book is a delight. It's billed as a "Personal History" of Habsburg Europe. The personal nature of the narrative makes it a bit more breezy, and allows Winder to skip over bits he doesn't feel like covering/5.
In this remarkably moving memoir Ariana Neumann dives into the secrets of her father’s past: years spent hiding in plain sight in war-torn Berlin, the annihilation of dozens of family members in the Holocaust, and the courageous choice to build anew.
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Queen Victoria's Matchmaking travels through the glittering, decadent palaces of Europe from London to Saint Petersburg, weaving in scandals, political machinations and family tensions to enthralling effect.
It is at once an intimate portrait of a royal family and an examination of the conflict caused by the marriages the Queen arranged/5(). “What I Saw” is a collection of newspaper articles written by an Austrian-born German journalist, Joseph Roth, which captured perfectly the atmosphere and the spirit of Weimar Berlin/5.
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Roth shows us portraits of the city’s very wealthy and its very poor, the burgers and the criminals. (thank you Kenneth Branagh), which reanimated life in London in the s. While WHAT I SAW is obviously a very different book, Roth, in his way, is the Pepys of Weimar Berlin.
Kudos to translator Michael Hoffman. WHAT I SAW: REPORTS /5(29). The #1 bestseller that tells the remarkable story of the generations of American artists, writers, and doctors who traveled to Paris, the intellectual, scientific, and artistic capital of the western world, fell in love with the city and its people, and changed America through what they learned, told by America’s master historian, David ed on: The Glasgow effect: the photographs of Kirsty Mackay Billy, 19, Easterhouse.
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In What I Saw the brightly lit hedonism of postwar Berlin – familiar from the works of Christopher Isherwood or any number of novels, films or television series set in what became known as “Babylon on the Spree” – mixes with the feeling of darkening days, of the rise of nationalism and the current and future fates of the exiles that had.
Later came writing a series of shapes one could assign and remember the meanings of, and know the thoughts of someone else without ever meeting them. A watershed moment in recording of history!
Images do the same thing, on cave walls for millennia, or on paper. The novel is not autobiographical, in the sense that it is not the story of the events of my life.
And yet, as I wrote it, I saw autobiographical elements creeping in. It is geographically autobiographical, in that I have lived in a city like the nameless city of Nadia and Saeed, and also in London, where they flee.Historian Deborah Cadbury explains Victoria's chess board and players in her new book, "Queen Victoria's Matchmaking: The Royal Marriages that Shaped Europe".
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