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Children and fools

Author: Erich Fried; Martin Chalmers
Publisher: London : New York : Serpent's Tail, 1992.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Thirty-four stories by an Austrian poet who writes on familiar subjects from a new angle. In St. George and His Dragon, the dragon and St. George are friends, and the dragon's death is a mercy killing.
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Genre/Form: Translations into English
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erich Fried; Martin Chalmers
ISBN: 1852422114 9781852422110
OCLC Number: 36037459
Description: 168 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Atonement --
St. George and his dragon --
Father of all things --
Deliverance --
Miss Gröschel --
The running jump --
Hounded to death --
The only difficult thing --
Tortoise turning --
My doll in Auschwitz --
What the facts were --
The big show --
The patriotic fitting --
The artificers --
The green suite --
"Surrenderdness" --
The true borges --
Small animal hunt on the Nile --
Repellent --
Balance --
Neither fish nor flesh --
The real --
Kobenhavns Amts Sygehus Gentofte --
The stork --
Wunderkind time --
The great day of Linz --
My heroic age --
My resistance group --
The unworthy families --
The commission --
Three library users --
Läzchen --
Fini --
Comfort.
Other Titles: Short stories.
Responsibility: Erich Fried ; translated by Martin Chalmers.

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Thirty-four stories by an Austrian poet who writes on familiar subjects from a new angle. In St. George and His Dragon, the dragon and St. George are friends, and the dragon's death is a mercy killing.

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