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The Print in the Western World: An Introductory History
Linda C. Hults, Hults, Linda C. Hults, Linda C.
Complete Sherlock Holmes
Arthur Conan Doyle
Grimms Märchen. Vollständige Ausgabe
'Wilhelm Grimm (Autor)', 'Jacob Grimm (Autor)', 'Otto Ubbelohde (Illustrator)'
The Book Thief - Markus Zusak I suppose if you're going to personify death you might as well make it human. But I'm not sure I like it.
I think that Liesel wrote it, actually, under the character of death, but I don't care enough to go back and see if there's anything she had no way of knowing. The narrator seemed to me to be entirely human; you would think that death would have a different perspective than the person whose life it is narrating, but I didn't see that. If it was truly meant to be death narrating, I think it was rather poorly done. And if it wasn't, I still don't much care for this book.