In this contemporary novel, Fallada tells with epic force of the struggle of the peasantry against the hated bureaucracy in a small North German town, which escalates into a battle of all against all. Intrigue, greed, ambition and political intrigue dominate the field. In this way, Fallada succeeds in creating a miniature model of the sick Weimar Republic, which has surrendered to its executioners.
First published in 1931
&Kollegen, Fabian Franz
Embossed Hardcover, 640 pages
Digital printing, small print run, 120 x 195 mm
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