Daniel Glattauer: Ewig Dein (Interview mit Oliver Preusche, Teil 1)
- date of publication: 06.02.2012
- 208 Pages
- Deuticke Verlag
- ISBN 978-3-552-06181-1
- Deutschland: 17,90 €
- Österreich: 18,40 €
- E-Book ISBN 978-3-552-06191-0
- E-Book Deutschland: 8,99 €
Judith, in her mid-thirties and single, meets Hannes when he steps on her foot in a crowded supermarket. Before long he turns up in the exclusive little lighting boutique that Judith runs with the help of her assistant Bianca.
Hannes is an architect – single and in the prime of life. Not only is he every mother-inlaw’s dream, but Judith’s friends are also bowled over by him. At first Judith revels in being put on a pedestal by this determined man who seems to have eyes only for her. But as time goes by, she finds his constant displays of affection increasingly wearying and his intensive attention becomes oppressive and overwhelming. In the end she feels cornered, controlled and stifled. All her attempts to get him out of her life fail. He seems to follow her all the way into her dreams, and when she wakes up he’s already waiting on her doorstep to pamper her some more...
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