- Publisher: University of Chicago Press
- Format: Paperback | 114 pages
- Dimensions: 135mm x 201mm x 7mm | 154g
- Publication date: 29 May 2001
- Publication City/Country: Chicago, IL
- ISBN 10: 0226905063
- ISBN 13: 9780226905068
- Edition statement: Univ of Chicago PR ed.
- Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
- Sales rank: 486,452
An East German writer, awaiting a call from the hospital where her brother is undergoing brain surgery, instead receives news of a massive nuclear accident at Chernobyl, one thousand miles away. In the space of a single day, in a potent, lyrical stream of thought, the narrator confronts both mortality and life and above all, the import of each moment lived-open, as Wolf reveals, to infinite analysis.
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Christa Wolf, born in 1929, is the author of many novels and stories including "Cassandra," "Pattern of Childhood," "No Place on Earth," " The Quest for Christa T.," and" What Remains and Other Stories," the last published by the University of Chicago Press.
On a flawless spring day in late April, an East German writer awaits a call from the hospital where her brother is undergoing brain surgery and instead receives news of a massive nuclear accident at Chernobyl, one thousand miles away. In a potent, lyrical stream of thought, the narrator confronts both mortality and life and, above all, the importance of each moment lived.