The People of Moorluke

by Engel, Georg Julius Leopold
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ISBN: 9780473402846

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"Theder, pay attention. It is of the greatest importance to you, what my most faithful subservience will have the honour of sharing with you now. You have namely, to say it with respect, started off wrongly up to now with womanhood. You believed in thoughtfulness? Eh what, there you put yourself in darkness. There are two things for which women have respect ..."


Five stories of life on the North German coast at the start of the twentieth century, mixing humour, tragedy, and romance.


Georg Julius Leopold Engel (1866-1931) was a German author and dramatist whose works were banned and whose grave was desecrated by the Nazis. A number of his novels were bestsellers, and some were adapted into movies during his own lifetime.

  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Author: Engel, Georg Julius Leopold
  • ISBN: 9780473402846
  • Condition: Used
  • Dimensions: 8.00 x 0.39
  • Number Of Pages: 168
  • Publication Year: 2017

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