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Gilgi One Of Us (Penguin Modern Classics)

Keun, Irmgard
Gilgi One Of Us (Penguin Modern Classics)
Gilgi One Of Us (Penguin Modern Classics)

Gilgi One Of Us (Penguin Modern Classics)

Keun, Irmgard
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The overwhelming power of Keun's work lies in her surprisingly raw, witty, and resonant feminine voices (Bookslut)I was struck by how contemporary the novel feels ... A female Times reviewer in 1932 noted that 'countless hard-working, industrious, healthy young girls recognized themselves in the heroine'. I suspect many members of ou...
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The overwhelming power of Keun's work lies in her surprisingly raw, witty, and resonant feminine voices (Bookslut)

I was struck by how contemporary the novel feels ... A female Times reviewer in 1932 noted that 'countless hard-working, industrious, healthy young girls recognized themselves in the heroine'. I suspect many members of our #MeToo generation will do so as well (The New York Times)


 


Gilgi knows where she's going in life: she's ambitious, determined and fearless. She's not even derailed when her parents drop a massive bombshell on her twenty-first birthday. But then she meets the charming but aimless Martin, and for the first time, Gilgi finds herself blown bewilderingly and dangerously off-course. Set in Cologne against the backdrop of rising Nazism, Irmgard Keun's astonishing debut electrified Weimar Germany. With its frank exploration of sex, abortion, work and love, it feels as fresh today as when it first appeared.