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Erichs Kästner’s interview with Santa Claus, or rather “Children’s stories for adults” has once again immersed me strongly in Kästner’s world. Mr. Kästner is my hero. Because he knows. He knows life. Children’s life.

The book consists of short stories and isolated poems. And, damn it, everyone threw my throat and made me think.
There is, for example, the story of Peter – it is so often Peter, when it comes to Erich Erichs Kästner’s interview with Santa Claus, or rather “Children’s stories for adults”, has immersed me again a lot in Kästner’s world. Mr. Kästner is my hero. Because he knows. He knows life. Children’s life.

The book consists of short stories and isolated poems. And, damn it, everyone threw my throat and made me think.
There is, for example, the story of Peter – it is Peter so often when it comes to Erich himself.
Peter, who is calling more and more desperately at the front door for his mother because she doesn’t open it.
Peter, who is looking for his mother in the station for serious cases – evil parents – and watches, like the father of his schoolmate Arno, as a punishment for beating his child, his hand is fried like a chop – breaded.

The story of the man who is now too old to go to work and lives with his daughter, who insists that he has to pay part of the rent. The man goes to beg. With his violin, which his mother once gave him. When he comes home one day already, tired from the sad life, he is fridge locked. Then the old man hangs himself on the doorknob.

Even from the man who is so troubled would have, to bring his wife and mother under one roof. Everything could be so beautiful, because he loves both of them. But the two women keep on beating each other out. Well, many people probably know that too.

Kästner does not write favorite stories in this book. No, he writes realistic stories. Stories that happen to one or the other and that give life a black stamp. Not washable …

Kästner’s words are wonderfully satirical and have a good bite. For everyone who likes something claim want to bring them to their everyday reading. , more

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