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Ghosts of Berlin Hipster Life Collides With Berlin S Dark Past In These Seven Supernatural Tales Of Contemporary Berlin, By The Son Of The Great Filmmaker Who Shares His Father S Curious And Mordant Wit The Financial TimesIn GHOSTS OF BERLIN, Rudolph Herzog S Macabre And Madcap Vision Of Berlin, Bleeding Walls Are Terrifying, As Are Overpriced Artisanal Burgers Set In Hipster Kreuzberg, Chic Airport Lounges, And The Former Border Between East And West Germany, The Denizens Of Herzog S Berlin Are Demon Conjuring Tech Bros, Acid Tripping Artists, And Forsaken Migrants, Each Encountering The Ghosts Of The City S Complicated Past

  • Kindle Edition
  • 176 pages
  • Ghosts of Berlin
  • Rudolph Herzog
  • 02 August 2019

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13 thoughts on “Ghosts of Berlin

  1. says:

    Ghosts of Berlin by Rudolph HerzogPublish Date October 2019 by Melville HouseThis collection of short stories is mesmerizing in its forceful collision of modern day Berlin and the darker days of Nazi Germany Herzog brings these two times together masterfully, weaving modern characters with specters, trolls and demons The crimes committed still haunt the stree...

  2. says:

    The stories insert past horrors into the mundane lives of Berliners The events casually almost seamlessly become known then accepted by the characters The translation seems occasionally awkward to this reader who does not know German, but the stories linger like the unsettled past.

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