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The greatest German journalist of the time, Egon Erwin Kisch, and the Berlin Six Day Race of 1923. A new translation of a legendary piece of reportage on one hundred and forty four unbroken hours of a brutal indoor race in front of a fanatical crowd in a city where life is lived at a frenetic pace.
Kisch takes a mesmerising event and turns it into a piece of Reportage - literary journalism. He was the pioneer and master of the genre and Berlin in the 1920s was one of his great settings.
Nineteen Twenties Berlin, Kisch and a Six Day Race. A literary combustion.
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