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Der Mann, der Hunde liebte

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IN GERMAN
»Tötet ihn nicht! Dieser Mann muss reden«, rief der schwer verwundete Leo Trotzki seinen Leibwächtern zu, als sie sich auf den Mann stürzten, der ihn mit einem Eispickel niedergeschlagen hatte. Leonardo Padura bringt ihn zum Sprechen. Ein rätselhafter Mann erzählt dem kubanischen Schriftsteller Iván die Geschichte des Trotzki-Mörders Ramón Mercader. Doch woher kennt dieser Unbekannte all die Facetten aus dessen Leben? Leonardo Paduras vielschichtiger Roman führt uns an verschiedenste Schauplätze der Weltrevolution: ins Bürgerkriegsspanien, in das stalinistische Moskau, in das Mexiko Frida Kahlos und Diego Riveras, nach Kuba. In atemberaubender Prosa erweckt er die Protagonisten zu neuem Leben und zieht die Bilanz der gescheiterten Utopien eines Jahrhunderts.
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Author(s):
Padura, Leonardo
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2012
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
730
Publisher:
Unionsverlag

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IN GERMAN
»Tötet ihn nicht! Dieser Mann muss reden«, rief der schwer verwundete Leo Trotzki seinen Leibwächtern zu, als sie sich auf den Mann stürzten, der ihn mit einem Eispickel niedergeschlagen hatte. Leonardo Padura bringt ihn zum Sprechen. Ein rätselhafter Mann erzählt dem kubanischen Schriftsteller Iván die Geschichte des Trotzki-Mörders Ramón Mercader. Doch woher kennt dieser Unbekannte all die Facetten aus dessen Leben? Leonardo Paduras vielschichtiger Roman führt uns an verschiedenste Schauplätze der Weltrevolution: ins Bürgerkriegsspanien, in das stalinistische Moskau, in das Mexiko Frida Kahlos und Diego Riveras, nach Kuba. In atemberaubender Prosa erweckt er die Protagonisten zu neuem Leben und zieht die Bilanz der gescheiterten Utopien eines Jahrhunderts.
Mehr anzeigen
Weniger anzeigen

Author(s):
Padura, Leonardo
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2012
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
730
Publisher:
Unionsverlag

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