In English For The First Time, A Biting Satirical Novel About An Untalented, Self Delusioned Celebrity Who Seduces All Of Weimar Berlin.In Berlin, 1930, The Name K Sebier Is On Everyone S Lips A Literal Combination Of The German Words For Cheese And Beer, It S An Unglamorous Name For An Unglamorous Man A Small Time Crooner Who Performs Nightly On A Shabby Stage For Laborers, Secretaries, And Shopkeepers Until The Press Shows Up In The Blink Of An Eye, This Everyman Is Made A Star A Star Who Can Sing Songs For A Troubled Time Margot Weissmann, The Arts Patron, Hosts Champagne Breakfasts For K Sebier Muschler The Banker Builds A Theater In His Honor Willi Fr Chter, A Parvenu Writer, Makes A Mint Off K Sebier Themed Business Ventures And Books All The While, The Journalists Who Catapulted K Sebier To Fame Watch The Monstrous Media Machine Churn In Amazement And Are Aghast At The Demons They Have Unleashed.In K Sebier Takes Berlin, The Journalist Gabriele Tergit Wrote A Searing Satire Of The Excesses And Follies Of The Weimar Republic Chronicling A Country On The Brink Of Fascism And A Press On The Edge Of Collapse, Tergit S Novel Caused A Sensation When It Was Published In 1931 As Witty As Kurt Tucholsky And As Trenchant As Karl Kraus, Tergit Portrays A World Too Entranced By Fireworks To Notice Its Smoldering Edges.
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- Käsebier Takes Berlin
- Gabriele Tergit
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