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Die hellen Tage

Roman

10. Auflage
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This edition was published in by S. Fischer in Frankfurt am Main.

Written in German / Deutsch

540 pages

"In a small south German town, a young girl named Seri is the experiencing bright days of her childhood in the garden of her friend Aya, who comes from a Hungarian artist's family, and Seri lives with her mother in a shack on the outskirts of town. But even the seemingly perfect world of their childhood in the 1960s has an invisible jump: Seri's father died shortly after birth, and Aja's father, who works as a trapeze artist in a circus, only comes once a year to visit. Karl, the common friend of the girls who has lost his younger brother, has left on a bright blue spring day in a foreign car and never came back. They are the mothers who guide Karl by the currents and shoals of their childhood and teach him to have to have no fear of life and to travel to its center."--Cataloger translation of publisher description.

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"In a small south German town, a young girl named Seri is the experiencing bright days of her childhood in the garden of her friend Aya, who comes from a Hungarian artist's family, and Seri lives with her mother in a shack on the outskirts of town. But even the seemingly perfect world of their childhood in the 1960s has an invisible jump: Seri's father died shortly after birth, and Aja's father, who works as a trapeze artist in a circus, only comes once a year to visit. Karl, the common friend of the girls who has lost his younger brother, has left on a bright blue spring day in a foreign car and never came back. They are the mothers who guide Karl by the currents and shoals of their childhood and teach him to have to have no fear of life and to travel to its center."--Cataloger translation of publisher description.

Die hellen Tage

Roman

10. Auflage

This edition was published in by S. Fischer in Frankfurt am Main.


Edition Description

"In a small south German town, a young girl named Seri is the experiencing bright days of her childhood in the garden of her friend Aya, who comes from a Hungarian artist's family, and Seri lives with her mother in a shack on the outskirts of town. But even the seemingly perfect world of their childhood in the 1960s has an invisible jump: Seri's father died shortly after birth, and Aja's father, who works as a trapeze artist in a circus, only comes once a year to visit. Karl, the common friend of the girls who has lost his younger brother, has left on a bright blue spring day in a foreign car and never came back. They are the mothers who guide Karl by the currents and shoals of their childhood and teach him to have to have no fear of life and to travel to its center."--Cataloger translation of publisher description.

Edition Notes

Copyright Date
2011

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Library of Congress
PT2662.A56 H47 2011

The Physical Object

Format
Hardcover
Pagination
540 p. ;
Number of pages
540

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25305667M
Internet Archive
diehellentagerom0000bnkz
ISBN 10
3100052226
ISBN 13
9783100052223
LC Control Number
2011404853
OCLC/WorldCat
703207444

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