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Subject: havent a clue (do you understand german?)
Date Posted: 7/7/2009 5:38 PM ET
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Just posted-

die letzten stunden des lebens :: peter alexander hussock
ISBN-13: 9783980406406 - ISBN-10: 3980406407

 

Da ist ein Land der Lebenden und ein Land der Totem, und die Brucke zwischen ibnen is die Liebe -- das einzige Bleibende, der einzige Sinn.

 

Listed it as nonfiction, but not sure as I don't understand german and wouldnt let me leave genre open.   Anyone know?

 



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Date Posted: 7/7/2009 6:28 PM ET
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I could ask my mother. She's German but didn't teach me. 

Date Posted: 7/7/2009 8:24 PM ET
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Angela's quote is from "The Bridge of San Luis Rea"  and is one of my favorites.  I always thought it would be a great epitaph, don't you?

Date Posted: 7/7/2009 8:44 PM ET
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do u think this is non fiction?

 

Date Posted: 7/7/2009 10:07 PM ET
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I just put this in a free translator, and here's what it spit back at me:

the last hours the live

There a country of the living and a country of that is dead, and the Brucke between ibnen is the love the single remaining, the single sense