3 edition of Kaltenburg found in the catalog.
|Statement||Marcel Beyer ; translated from the German by Alan Bance|
|LC Classifications||PT2662.E94 K3513 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011051596|
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Get this from a library! Kaltenburg. [Marcel Beyer; Alan Bance] -- A story loosely based on the life and work of Konrad Lorenz follows the experiences of a brilliant zoologist's student, whose work at a newly established research institute reveals disturbing aspects. Kaltenburg leírása. Végre magyarul is olvasható Marcel Beyer nagy sikerű regénye, amelyben a Nobel-díjas Konrad Lorenz alakja elevenedik meg. Hermann Funk először gyerekként, az as években találkozik apja barátjával, a kiváló zoológussal, Lorenzzel, vagyis Ludwig :
Hermann Funk first meets Kaltenburg when still a child in Posen in the s. Hermann’s father, a botanist, and Kaltenburg are close friends, but a rift occurs. In , fleeing the war, the Funks perish in the Dresden bombing, and Hermann finds his way to Kaltenburg’s newly established institute.5/5. The Kaltenberg festival has noble roots, having been founded by Prince Lutipold of Bavaria back in Lutipold’s the direct descendant of Ludwig II, the king famed for building Neuschwanstein Castle in Füssen, one of Germany’s most recognised symbols. Watch the action Here's a video I made about the Knights' festival.I like to think it gives a good overview of the festival .
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This book, Kaltenburg, translated from the German in (first published ) is loosely based on the life of Lorenz, a German animal behavior scholar.
The main character is a graduate student of Professor Kaltenburg of the title/5(22). The first book produced back in his native Austria after a twelve-year absence.
The first in which Kaltenburg draws openly on observations made during his time in Dresden, although the introduction emphasizes that the idea came Author: Marcel Beyer.
This book, Kaltenburg, translated from Kaltenburg book German in (first published ) is loosely based on the life of Lorenz, a German animal behavior scholar/5(14). Kaltenburg: Roman (German) Hardcover – January 1, by Marcel Beyer (Author)/5(5).
One day in his father brings home his Viennese Kaltenburg book Ludwig Kaltenburg, a charismatic zoology professor based on Nobel Prize winner Konrad Lorenz; then overnight their friendship ends, a mystery only resolved years later.
Kaltenburg is a novel that deserves to be read, studied and carefully considered. It is narrated by a fictional assistant to a scientist who is modeled after the famed biologist Konrad Lorenz/5.
"Challenging, beautifully written "-- Library Journal Hailed by The New Yorker as one of the best young novelists and recipient of Germany’s most prestigious literary awards, Marcel Beyer returns with a brilliantly wrought novel that brings to life both an individual and a whole world: the zoologist Ludwig Kaltenburg, loosely based on Nobel Prize–winner Konrad Lorenz, and his.
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Visit price comparison site for a complete price list of books in India. Kaltenburg. Written by Alan Bance (trans.) Marcel Beyer Review by Ellen Keith. There are some people who dominate the lives of others. Ludwig Kaltenburg is such a person. His tale is narrated by his protégé, Hermann Funk.
Kaltenburg met Funk when the latter was a Author: Alan Bance (Trans.). "Kaltenburg, a book as fine-boned as the birds that flock its pages, is a meditation not only on the observation of nature but also on the nature of observation, and the varieties and limits of memory." - Times Literary Supplement (UK).
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»Kaltenburg is a masterly recollection of modern history with the means of the novel, a book which surpasses Beyer’s much-praised Flughunde (The Karnau Tapes) of «Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
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