By Paul Sullivan
Berlin: A Literary consultant for travelers illuminates many of the best writing in and approximately Berlin. Spanning greater than two hundred years of neighborhood existence and literature, it good points German authors as diversified as Goethe, Nietzsche, Marx, Hermann Hesse and Joseph Roth and a kaleidoscope of well-known foreign names reminiscent of Mark Twain, Philip Hensher, Walter Benjamin and Christopher Isherwood. it's also a novel consultant to a few of the easiest points of interest, such a lot brilliant neighbourhoods and best-kept neighborhood secrets and techniques that this specified urban has to offer.
‘A wealthy and discovered significant other for each lover of Berlin; bursting with anecdote and alive with heritage. A must.’ Rory MacLean, writer of Berlin: think a City
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Berlin: A Literary Guide for Travellers (Literary Guides for Travellers) by Paul Sullivan