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by Christa Wolf

This novel tells the romantic conflicts of Rita Seidel, an East German woman, and her lover in the West, Manfred Herrfurth. While Manfred stays in West Berlin for more personal and professional freedom, Rita leaves and goes back to the East. It is a story about the search for self-identity and the disparity between personal satisfaction and total commitment to socialism.

Characters: Rita Seidel, Manfred Herrfurth
Keywords: German Democratic Republic (GDR), 20th century, East German literature

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