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"Claus"
Jorge Edgardo López

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"Claus"
cuentos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial
first author edition
Jorge Edgardo López.

Published 2003 by Editorial Dunken in Buenos Aires .
Written in Spanish.

About the Book

Jorge Edgardo Lopez was born in Buenos Aires in 1952. Driven by movies as"Became the cranes"(Urss) and the work of Hector G. Oesterheld, screenwriter and director of magazine“Ernie Pike, war correspondent”, from teenager was devoted to studying the socio-economic history and political military of the second world war.""Claus", first book of short stories, brings a humanistic vision on the misfortune of peoples in war.

First Sentence

Eight cuentos¨: "Look on the face of Herbert": German soldier license in Germany in an antique shop found his wife ideal-"Gerd, Tina and Germany": veteran German in Dresden, lives with his mental delay sister harassed by regime-"The silent Ivan": Italian soldier prisoner in Russia, escapes aided by peasants-"Doña Clara": marriage German post-war lives in Argentina - "Claus": child German post-war hears voices of soldiers in Siberia-"Heinz and rain": soldiers German in Russian village cares wounded, single-"Guni": a peasant French, may 1940 cow. "Kurt Düsseldorf": German soldier in Russia recalls child trauma.

Edition Notes

Genre
short storys

Classifications

Library of Congress
MLCM 2004/00546 (P)

The Physical Object

Pagination
85 p. ;
Number of pages
85

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3352540M
ISBN 10
9870203205
LC Control Number
2004374893
OCLC/WorldCat
54822497

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