Ursula Hegi The Burgdorf Cycle Boxed Set: Floating in My Mother's Palm, Stones from the River, The Vision of Emma Blau. Children and Fire

Ursula Hegi The Burgdorf Cycle Boxed Set: Floating in My Mother's Palm, Stones from the River, The Vision of Emma Blau. Children and Fire

Ursula Hegi / Dec 06, 2019

Ursula Hegi The Burgdorf Cycle Boxed Set Floating in My Mother s Palm Stones from the River The Vision of Emma Blau Children and Fire The Burgdorf Cycle Boxed Set by Ursula Hegi brings together her four novels set in Burgdorf Germany that explore the consequences of Hitler s reign and the ramifications of World War II

  • Title: Ursula Hegi The Burgdorf Cycle Boxed Set: Floating in My Mother's Palm, Stones from the River, The Vision of Emma Blau. Children and Fire
  • Author: Ursula Hegi
  • ISBN: 9781451661590
  • Page: 415
  • Format: ebook
  • The Burgdorf Cycle Boxed Set by Ursula Hegi brings together her four novels set in Burgdorf, Germany that explore the consequences of Hitler s reign and the ramifications of World War II.

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      Published :2019-09-26T20:48:57+00:00

    About "Ursula Hegi"

      • Ursula Hegi

        Ursula Hegi is the author of Sacred Time, Hotel of the Saints, The Vision of Emma Blau, Tearing the Silence, Salt Dancers, Stones from the River, Floating in My Mother s Palm, Unearned Pleasures and Other Stories, Intrusions, and Trudi Pia She is the recipient of than thirty grants and awards.


    286 Comments

    1. I didn't think I'd like these books. I started with Stones from the River and then had to read all her others. Unlike any other books I've read. Very great detail and I grew to love the characters. I'll read anything by Ursula Hegi.


    2. I love all of Ursula Hegi's books - she really gets the reader in the mind of her characters. If I try to tell people what the stories are about, they look at me like I'm crazy, but her novels are simply amazing!


    3. Look forward to discussion at book club. Amazing how much story was in this book. Didn't skimp on the characters. Totally felt Trudi's life unfold and her maturity of thought. When I first started, I thought " not another war story." It proved to be different. The war was part of what was molding the community, but there was much more. I liked the way the story was told. The people in town enjoyed the books in the library, but they loved Trudi's stories more. They were real life and ever hanging [...]


    4. I read only STONES FROM THE RIVER and CHILDREN OF THE FIRE. Touching haunting stories and characters. I look forward to reading the others when I catch up on my "books waiting to be read " shelf. Definitely a great story teller. Another book where you are conflicted.you don't want to stop reading , but you don't want the book to end.


    5. Just read stones from the river and not the whole set. Would like to read the others but I have a pile of books before them. Will get to the others.


    6. HmmmI've only read Stones From The River, but I'd like to read the others. Real, gritty, & sweetnessFinished them all. Stones From The River had the most memorable character/narrator; Trudi Montag. Children & Fire is a favorite, too, the slow creep to fascism as seen by a schoolteacher & her students-very human; as well as contemporary.Wow! I like them all. I think The Vision Of Emma Blau might be a favorite. All about the human condition.


    7. I really enjoyed this series of stories set in Germany in the early to mid 20th century is written from an atypical character's point of view. My parents are from Germany and I appreciate reading intelligent novels set in such a historical land.



    8. I so loved "stones from the river", have always thought about it and when I read that Hegi had a new book out I raced to read it. So, so disappointed.







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