[German] (no subject)

TeeTrizZz info at leyenhaft.de
Thu Oct 21 07:18:28 PDT 2010


Zauberlehrling is one the poems which even the Germans don't read anymore. 
They removed it from the curriculum - maybe because the teacher don't 
understand what Goethe wanted to say ;)

But Homo faber by Max Frisch is good to read - I read it in school about 
three years ago. Benny says "Boris, Kreuzberg, 12 Jahre" is an easy-to-read 
novel by Jochen Ziem.

We might be able to meet on Saturday or Sunday depending on public 
transporation.


PS.: Sorry for killing the subject.


-----Urspr?ngliche Nachricht----- 
From: Jason Dusek
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2010 12:24 AM
To: Teach or learn the German language
Subject: Re: [German] (no subject)

  Well, I started reading Der Zauberlerhling on my own last
  week.

  A friend of mine -- a Russian who spent most of her childhood
  in Germany -- has encouraged me to try more modern stuff. The
  stuff she has in mind is Max Frisch and Herman Hesse, though.

  This might be hard to do.

  Where you willing to consider meeting on Sundays or Saturdays
  to help me with my reading, that would be great. Of course, I
  would be happy to help with your English.

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