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Review: Threepenny NovelNutzerbericht - Daniel - Goodreads
Brecht's novel reminded me of Dickens with its Victorian London setting, but unlike Dickens there is no sentimentality and not one of the characters could really be described as 'good', just smarter ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Review: Threepenny NovelNutzerbericht - Christos - Goodreads
Notes: * plot is very complex and plausible, however business is not that interesting * smart =/= good writing * whole book reads like one big sarcasm/satire, not very subtle * unrelentingly bleak, evil triumphs (ok) * absence of any likeable characters (not ok) Vollständige Rezension lesen
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