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The Wall, It fell

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The Wall, It Fell begins at the Brandenburg Gate in 1987 as Ronald Reagan
calls on Mister Gorbatshov to tear down that Wall. On that day Bill Greenstone,
an Englishman living in Berlin, is nearly destroyed by personal tragedy.
A tsunami of e... weiterlesen
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Titel: The Wall, It fell
Autor/en: Tony Musgrave

ISBN: 3831120862
EAN: 9783831120864
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August 2001 - kartoniert - 220 Seiten

Beschreibung

The Wall, It Fell begins at the Brandenburg Gate in 1987 as Ronald Reagan
calls on Mister Gorbatshov to tear down that Wall. On that day Bill Greenstone,
an Englishman living in Berlin, is nearly destroyed by personal tragedy.
A tsunami of events threatens to overwhelm him and his family as the stones
in the Berlin Wall loosen and then suddenly crumble. We meet Siggi, Bill's
wayward loving wife, we meet their son, Marcus, and Bill's overbearing
father-in-law, Director Dornbusch, who once shook the hand of Albert Speer.
We meet the concept artist, Peter, who steals paving-stones, Hanna, who
writes songs and is severely disturbed, Frau Marquardt, who cannot remember
where she lives, and Uta Schmidtbauer, who with a doctorate and habilitation
in Marxism-Leninism applies to work as Bill's cleaning lady. And we are
provided with a unique insight into the events surrounding The Wall and
Its Fall.

Portrait

Tony Musgrave lived in Berlin (West) from 1973 until 1990 and has lived in Berlin (East & West) since then. He was born in Bath, England, grew up in Liverpool, has lived in London, Lüneburg, Hanau/Main, Tehran and on the islands of Cyprus and Elba and has spent much time in Cracow, Poland. He became a full-time writer in 1990 and has had short stories published in literary magazines such as London Magazine and Panurge and anthologized in the Best Short Stories series and in naked graffiti, a collection of erotic tales, which includes work by Kathy Acker, Martin Amis, Pete Townshend, Will Self, and Fay Weldon.
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