From Publishers Weekly
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It was beautifully written, informative, and thought provoking; it was an humanities class of central Europe between pages. Read morePublished 1 day ago by John F. Folker, Jr.
Unfortunately the print quality of the paperback is substantially below that of the daily newspaper. I love real books but I could not even stomach this. Read morePublished 18 days ago by The Wizard
A persuasive essay on a Middle Europe weltanschauung. A fine baedeker for little known East European countries. A reading list of these same countries classics. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Magris is a professor of German literature with a degree in foreign languages in the university of Torino. In 1995 Klagenfurt gave him the honorary doctoral degree. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Roberto Fideli
It's a fair book. Not my type. It's slow. I wanted info on the Danube country, but this is more long a long winded novel, not an informative bookPublished 7 months ago by Dennis W. Simpson
I bought this as a guide before my cruise on the Danube. It was not what I expected. I took put it in the library on the ship.Published 11 months ago by Beth H Worth
I bought this book because we will be taking a cruise along the Danube. This book is an excellent primer for those interested in the history of the area. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Larry