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Author:
Martin Mosebach
ISBN13:
978-3446235625
ISBN:
3446235620
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Hanser, Carl Gmbh + Co. (2010)
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1952 kb
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Martin Mosebach (born July 31, 1951 in Frankfurt am Main) has published novels, stories, and collections of poems, written scripts for several films, opera libretti, theatre and radio plays. His first major non-fiction work is the book The 21 - A Journey into the Land of Coptic Martyrs detailing his visit to Egypt to examine the lives of the 21 Coptic martyrs beheaded by ISIS in 2015.

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What Was Before (German: Was davor geschah) is a 2010 novel by the German writer Martin Mosebach. Through a series of vignettes, it tells the story of a man from the affluent suburbs of Frankfurt, who is asked by his girlfriend what his life was like before they met. An English translation by Kári Driscoll was published in 2014. Publishers Weekly wrote: "Mosebach's charming, exuberant narrator is not be trusted, and the novel calls into question our notions of memory.

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Martin Mosebach’s most popular book is The 21: A Journey Into the Land of Coptic Martyrs. Was davor geschah by.

Martin Mosebach (born 1951) has published novels, stories, and collections of poems, written scripts for several films, opera libretti, theatre and radio plays. The book argues for a return to the Tridentine Rite of the Mass, the form of the Roman Rite before the Second Vatican Council, the use of which, in accordance with the Roman Missal of 1962, as made clear by the 2007 motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, has never been forbidden.