Read the story of a fascinating woman who actually grew up in East Berlin. That means she was born in a country that theoretically no longer exists. She writes about the German 20th century that she actually experienced herself. That makes her written work something of interest for those who want to follow along. She is obsessed with the moral significance of chance in people’s lives. That has changed the way that many look at the world.
- One novelist was born in East Berlin and wants to share her stories. She has a new novel that is sure to impress many people who read it.
- Life in East Berlin was a tumultuous one to say the least. Local citizens were subjected to harsh treatment and an unsure future.
- That country no longer exists, but memories still persist to today. Read about the moral significance of chance in human lives.
“In Go, Went, Gone, her new novel, Erpenbeck is once again obsessed by the moral significance of chance in human lives.”