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PostSubject: German literature   Fri Mar 27, 2009 4:44 pm

Whenever I write about some literary piece or other on here, I notice that most of the texts we talk about are from English-speaking countries. Has anyone on here ever read something German (that is, written by a German, not necessarily IN German)? Thomas Mann, perhaps? Or Theodor Storm?

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