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Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by lasketchup, Mar 7, 2012.
Ein Hungerkünstler by Franz Kafka is short and somewhat gruesome. Only about 10 pages too.
Spaghetti fuer zwei by Federica de Cesco.
Tanja spielt Frisoer by Rolf Kenzer.
Saisonbeginn, by E. Langgaesser
Die Geschichte vom gruenen Fahrrad, by Ursula Woelfel.
Ein Ehepaar erzaehlt einen Witz, by Kurt Tucholsky.
Das Fenstertheater, by Ilse Aichinger.
Good grief - spent the last ten minutes with my evening cuppa, reading that Franz Kafka. That was a laugh a minute. Jeez. Gruesome doesn't come near!!!
Did it make you reach for the biscuit barrel? I've read the summary and it looks fascinating-will read it in bed tonight. You couldn't make that topic up really could you?
Hahah, you have to love Franz Kafka. I ADORE the story I was told once which is true - his diary entry on the day Germany invaded Russia read "Germany has declared war on Russia ? swimming in the afternoon."
I guess he's not going to be a bundle of laughs all round, is he?!!