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Regener is considered a master of naturalistic conversation, and it's funny too, in a quietly despairing way.
Our anti-hero leaves home and moves into a shared house in Bremen, then fails to opt out as a conscientious objector and bumbles around sven regener herr lehmann a bit more. All this is actually the first part of the trilogy, chronologically. So now we have the third part, Der kleine Bruder, which tells the story of Frank Lehmann leaving Bremen and reaching Berlin in around ?
According to the blurb, it's "a parallel universe full of artists, squatters, dogs, punks sven regener herr lehmann owners and proppers-up of bars. Beer, opinions, speeches, traitor swine — they're all there. Regener is a huge star over here.
After these two days of odyssey Frank is no longer the "little brother". Plot[ edit ] Frank Lehmann will soon turn 30 years old which is why all his friends tease him by calling him by his last sven regener herr lehmann, Herr Lehmann.
He works in a bar in Kreuzberg and drinks a lot of beer.
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But as summer turns into that fateful autumn, his lethargic world is rocked and he finds himself stumbling from one drama to the next. I adored this book from the opening scene, which sees Sven regener herr lehmann Lehmann in a drunken face-off with a vicious and deeply ugly dog.
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Also, it had me sven regener herr lehmann with laughter. After spending the hours that I have with him, I feel like I know Herr Lehmann and would quite like to have a beer with him — and his crazy friends, who are equally well drawn and engaging. Another big plus is that the writing picks you up and plonks you down in 80s West Berlin.
It all feels very real.