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Siddhartha

An Indian Tale

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Hermann Hesse, am 2. Juli 1877 in Calw/Württemberg als Sohn eines baltendeutschen Missionars und der Tochter eines württembergischen Indologen geboren, starb am 9. August 1962 in Montagnola bei Lugano. Er wurde 1946 mit dem Nobelpreis für Literatur ausgezeichnet. Nach einer Buchhändlerlehre war er seit 1904 freier Schriftsteller, zunächst in Gaienhofen am Bodensee, später im Tessin. Er ist einer der bekanntesten deutschen Autoren des 20. Jahrhunderts.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 92
Erscheinungsdatum 20.05.2019
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-93-5336-110-5
Verlag Lector House
Maße (L/B/H) 23.3/15.8/1 cm
Gewicht 157 g
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Very poorly published
von linuxexpert aus Darmstadt am 04.10.2011
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This book is a good translation of the original, which I have read many, many times. However, this book is very poorly published. There are several mistakes per page, among them many simple ones, such as duplicate words "the the" etc. Also, the cover does not make much sense. The book is in total 120 page and the covers account ... This book is a good translation of the original, which I have read many, many times. However, this book is very poorly published. There are several mistakes per page, among them many simple ones, such as duplicate words "the the" etc. Also, the cover does not make much sense. The book is in total 120 page and the covers account for at least half of the books width. All in all, I would not recommend this book, the publisher shall fix all the easy typing mistakes first, please!