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german books

Discussion in 'General Book Discussion' started by loured, Nov 9, 2008.

  1. loured

    loured kickbox

    Nov 9, 2008
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    hi,im new here. Im from spain.Im learning english and german. i hope enjoy with u reading books

    im looking for german books. where could i find it?
  2. bookworm fellow

    bookworm fellow Member

    Nov 28, 2007
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    Currently Reading:
    Lord of the Rings series

    See, I don't know about German language, but I can assure you English is a very easy language to learn. Principally if you are a Latin-derived-language speaker--and I'm telling you this because my first language is Portuguese--, which is your case, once English grammar is a lot easier, fewer verbs to conjugate, etc.

    Now, concerning to the German book, I'd indicate you The Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann, my first and--so far--unique experience with German literature. It's about the rising of a guy, filled with philosophical discussions he takes part surrounded by his diseased friends during a period of his life he leaves his studies and job behind and goes to a sanatorium in Davos, Switzerland. It may feel a little boring in the beginning, but it gets better when you realize what is behind all that non-sense talking those patients have. Also, the Davos landscapes are beautifully described throughout the narrative. Hope you like it.

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