The turbulent world of Franz Göll : an ordinary Berliner writes the twentieth century /
Franz Göll was a thoroughly typical Berliner. He worked as a clerk, sometimes as a postal employee, night watchman, or publisher's assistant. He enjoyed the movies, ate spice cake, wore a fedora, tamed sparrows, and drank beer or schnapps. He lived his entire life in a two-room apartment in Ro...
|Published:||Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2011.|
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