The Emigrants by Winfried Georg Sebald

"The Emigrants" is a novel that explores the experiences and memories of four different emigrants, each with a unique and complex history. The narrative primarily focuses on the psychological impact of displacement and the haunting nature of the past. The author delves deep into their lives, revealing their struggles with identity, loss, and the persistent influence of their roots. The narrative is interwoven with historical events, photographs, and other documents, creating a rich tapestry that blurs the line between fact and fiction.

The 1356th greatest book of all time


Published
1992
Nationality
German
Type
Fiction
Pages
237
Words
Unknown
Original Language
German

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