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A singular and characteristic novel by Worthy, about a lost generation that seems willing to sacrifice everything in the name of fame and relevance.
'I have read The Bureau with great pleasure. Voskuil's alter ego Maarten Koning describes how he functions as an office slave in the micro-society of Het Bureau. In De Buurman we read how Maarten is actually caught up in complicated social situations at home. Because they now take place at home, they feel even more inescapable than in Het Bureau.' — Paulien Cornelisse
The sequel to the bestseller Taal is really my thing. And then there is more than the title suggests. The successor to Taal is really my thing (2009) is again full of useless, yet amusing analyzes of our language use. This is not a P.S. but an update.
Language is really my thing is the mega-bestseller by Paulien Cornelisse with equally hilarious and recognizable observations about our language use.
'In my opinion the best book about how things went in the DDR.' — Paulien Cornelisse
Presents some of the finest commissioned photographs worldwide in various sections.
'A timeless tale about how easily boundless freedom can turn into immeasurable chaos.'
'Jennifer Egan writes so freshly and draws you into the story so well. For example, in this book she manages to write an entire chapter in the form of a Powerpoint presentation, which is also very moving!' — Paulien Cornelisse
Limited edition on Ali - the man, the legend, and the myth in all his raw, prime glory.
Slimmed down from the Collector’s Edition, but pulls no punches on its expertise and insight on The Champ.
'We know Murakami from wonderful stories with surreal elements. This book is very concrete and tells about the importance of discipline and routine when practicing art. That's why I think this book is perhaps his most "Japanese". — Paulien Cornelisse