The Emigrants

The Emigrants

Book - 1996
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Published to enormous critical acclaim in the U.S. and sold out immediately in its first hardcover edition, THE EMIGRANTS appears to be straightforward biography of four Germans in exile. But author W.G. Sebald has wrought "one of the best novels to appear since WWII" (REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY FICTION) and three times chosen as the1996 International Book of the Year. Illustrated throughout with enigmatic photographs.
Publisher: New York : New Directions, 1996.
ISBN: 9780811213387
0811213382
Branch Call Number: SEBA
Characteristics: 237p. 20cm.
Additional Contributors: Hulse, Michael 1955-

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Apr 16, 2016

One of the greatest novels of my lifetime.

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Rock_Shadow
Oct 30, 2014

Beautiful. Deep. Worth reading and re-reading.

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