Utz

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Viking, 1989 - Fiction - 154 pages
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Art collector Kaspar Utz takes refuge from the Gestapo horrors of World War II Prague, finding in his Meissen porcelains an exquisite reality and a counterfoil to his part-Jewish heritage

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"Utz pointed to the ranks of Meissen figurines...and said 'I cannot leave them.' " By sally tarbox on 31 August 2017 Format: Kindle Edition Maybe a *3.5 for this exquisitely written novella - I read ... Read full review

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“Anything was better than to be loved for one's things.” Utz, the eponymous main character of this novel is a minor aristocrat and a collector of Meissen porcelain in Czechoslovakia during its period ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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