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by Christa Wolf

Set in East Berlin just before the collapse of the GDR, the short novel describes the hospital stay of a sick writer who is tormented by visions of people suffering under totalitarian authority. Told in first-person, stream-of-consciousness technique, the mysterious illness can be viewed as a metaphor for life under socialism and the internal rottenness of the decaying state.

Characters: Narrator
Keywords: Berlin (Germany), East Germany, Totalitarianism

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