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Mytwostotinki · 3d ago

Alles nur geklaut…

Die Diskussion über ein zeitgemäßes Urheberrecht ist eine Sache – das Respektieren des geltenden Rechts eine andere. Was mich ärgert, ist die Unverfrorenheit mit der auf diversen Plattformen...
Mytwostotinki · 1W ago

Loving Vincent

Loving Vincent is the first fully painted animated feature film, and probably many of you have seen it. During my recent holidays, I had the opportunity to watch the movie with some friends ...
Mytwostotinki · 1W ago

Reading and blogging plans for 2018

2018 is just a few days old; therefore it is not too late to look into the future and make a forecast regarding what is ahead for the next twelve months here on the pages of my modest (mostl...
Mytwostotinki · 2W ago

In the Shadow of the Moon

It is interesting how my reading patterns and interests are changing over the years; for example I am reading nowadays much more poetry and short prose as I used to. The short and the very s...
Mytwostotinki · 2W ago

King Solomon’s Mines

Sir Henry Rider Haggard was one of the most successful writers of adventure stories in the late 19th and early 20th century. His most popular novels are King Solomon’s Mines (first published...
Mytwostotinki · 2W ago

My blogging year 2017 – some figures

2017 was a quiet blogging year at Mytwostotinki; here a few figures, as always at the beginning of a new year (figures for 2016 in brackets): Posts total: 45 (92) Post in English: 34 (51) Po...
Mytwostotinki · 3W ago

Playing the Moldovans at Tennis

Since I am right now living and working in the Republic of Moldova, it will come probably not as a surprise to you, dear readers, when I am trying to get my hands on any books written by Mol...
Mytwostotinki · 1M ago

In Times of Fading Light

In Times of Fading Light is the debut novel of Eugen Ruge (b. 1954 in Sosva/Ural). It is loosely based on the fate of Ruge’s own family and tells the story of the four generations of the Umn...
Mytwostotinki · 2M ago

Master of the Day of Judgment

Automn 1909 in Vienna. The famous actor Eugen Bischoff has invited a few friends to his villa for a Hausmusik evening (a tradition in many cultured German and Austrian homes). Together with ...
Mytwostotinki · 2M ago

Hear the Wind Sing

Hear the Wind Sing is Haruki Murakami’s first book. The short novel was published in 1979. The story takes place in August 1970 when the nameless narrator is in his early twenties. He is spe...