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Homo Faber

Homo Faber

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by Max Frisch, Michael Bullock (Translator)

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Walter Faber is an emotionally detached engineer forced by a string of coincidences to embark on a journey through his past. The basis for director Volker Schlšndorff’s movie Voyager. Translated by Michael Bullock. A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book

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Homo Faber 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I actually read this book in German as part of my German Literature and Language Minor. I came to B & N to buy a copy of this book for a friend of mine. This book is one of my favorite books ever. Max Frisch made a very valid criticism of modern life when he wrote this book nearly fifty years ago. This book covers some very controversial topics, and I highly recommend that you read this book. I only ask that you approach it as the piece of literature that it is. I especially enjoyed it as I am a science major. It is important to maintain the human side. Enjoy!
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