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by P. K. Ackermann
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  • Author:
    P. K. Ackermann
  • ISBN:
    0395144027
  • ISBN13:
    978-0395144022
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  • Publisher:
    Houghton Mifflin College Div (June 1, 1973)
  • Pages:
    152 pages
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    1585 kb
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    1477 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
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Homo Faber is not just about the tragic love affair between a father and his daughter.

Homo Faber is not just about the tragic love affair between a father and his daughter. What fascinated me most was how Walter Faber, atheist, scientist, perfectionist is forced to acknowledge the flaws in his philosophy of life. I first read this book when I was fifteen and have read it many times since. A teacher once told me to read Homo Faber every ten years and one's interpretation of the book will change with every read. An amazing novel, one of the best in postwar German literature.

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Homo Faber (German: Homo faber. Ein Bericht) is a novel by Max Frisch, first published in Germany in 1957. The novel is written as a first-person narrative. The protagonist, Walter Faber, is a successful engineer traveling throughout Europe and the Americas on behalf of UNESCO.

Faber and the young woman: the best-selling book by Max Frisch tells a disturbing tale of love and tragedy against the backdrop of. .Homo Faber' by Max Frisch.

Faber and the young woman: the best-selling book by Max Frisch tells a disturbing tale of love and tragedy against the backdrop of the modern age and its technological advances. While waiting to be rescued from the crash landing, Walter met one of his fellow passengers on board the plane, who turned out to be the brother of an old friend named Joachim Hencke.

MAX FRISCH, the son of an architect, was born in Zurich in 1911 Homo Faber. A Report by Max Frisch. Translated from the German by MICHAEL BULLOCK. in association with Eyre Methuen.

MAX FRISCH, the son of an architect, was born in Zurich in 1911. In 1933 he was forced by economic circumstances to abandon the study of German literature at Zurich Literature and became a journalist. Renewing his education, he became a trained architect in 1943, but before this he had written his first published work, Leaves from a Knapsack (1942), while doing service with the Swiss Frontier Guard. In 1952 Frisch spent a year in the United States and Mexico on a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation.

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Homo Faber book Manfred, my inner German child, is looking even smugger and more annoying than usual. I'm not a child any more," he informs me.

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This book is a German language edition but has notes on the text in English along with German-English glossary.

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Note this is a German-language edition, but for learners of German. Every page of German text is on the right page and the left page has notes in English about the text. This edition also has a German-English glossary at the back. Excellent for learning to read German literature.
Kagalkree
"Homo Faber", the book I have known, since my best friend recommended it to me. The frist time I read it. I was so dazled by it, when I was finished with it I had to get a English version for my friend. I still remember her reading the book, walking the hall, her head deep in reading ... It is a book which for me, is brought throught the philosphy of Camus to the description from Mr. Faber that finds his ultimate passion and love to his daughter ... Sabeth is one of the most yearned and real character I have read. It is not only a book of our time, it is also a book of the modern man that is still so true today and always will be. Recommended to be read over and over again in its written german and second translated language ...
Twentyfirstfinger
Homo Faber is not just about the tragic love affair between a father and his daughter. What fascinated me most was how Walter Faber, atheist, scientist, perfectionist is forced to acknowledge the flaws in his philosophy of life. I first read this book when I was fifteen and have read it many times since. A teacher once told me to read Homo Faber every ten years and one's interpretation of the book will change with every read. An amazing novel, one of the best in postwar German literature.