Horn Buckel, a novel set in the mid-1990s in a 300-soul, north German village, examines what happens when a young American, Paul Klose, comes to Germany for a year and is let into the workings and lives of the locals. He takes on the job of sexton - a moonlighting job - in addition to his teaching post at a business school. His private life includes courting the dairy farmer's daughter, Appel. As sexton, he buries a handful of villagers. As English teacher, he presumes he can provide his students with more than business ...

Horn Bueckel 2017, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN-13: 9781535115520

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