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Title:The Black Eagle Inn
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:eBooks
ISBN:1492391719
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Number of Pages:296
Category:Historical fiction, Germany, Politics, Religion, World history, Historical, World war ii, Fiction, Cultural, Novels

The Black Eagle Inn by Christoph Fischer

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The Black Eagle Inn The Black Eagle Inn is an old established restaurant and part of a family farm business in the sleepy Bavarian countryside outside of Heimkirchen Childless Anna Stockmann has fought hard to make it her own and keep it running through WWII The family is divided by rivalry between family members since her own youth but at the heart of this story one of Anna s nephews Markus owns her heart and another nephew Lukas owns her ear while her husband Herbert is still missing in action .

Religion dictates life in Heimkirchen s enclosed Catholic community that was almost unaffected by the fighting in the war Anna s brother Hans Ulrich is involved in the church as well as in post war party politics He finds that the new generation his own off spring are not functioning as well as the older one would like Bitter conflicts arise in the new forming Germany and the family members all need to decide how to respond to the challenges ahead .

How does a Nation recover from its collective shame how does it rebuild itself into a modern state and deal with its horrendous past and the difficult path ahead Restructuring of the political landscape amp the influence of religion are strong themes in this historical family saga amp post war drama set in Germany .

This is war fiction without immediate war it is literary history about Germany after the Nazi rule with gay racial religious and feminist themes describing the way one family experiences the forward move of a shamed Nation Fischer tells a great family saga with war in the far background and weaves the political and religious into the personal with belated or indirect impact of war on people