\”\” \”The author and writer: Jens Petersen Hamburg March 16, 2009 – on Saturday, April 04, 2009 author and writer Jens Petersen reads\” from his two books the language Panscher ‘and save the German’. \”Address: Rendsburg road 29a, 24866 bus village in Schleswig the small trade justice\” (Cafe Gallery). At 16:00, here we go! The admission is free. Followed by a discussion with hopefully many journalists present. Jens Petersen and his books! It extends the language Panscher and other polemics, glosses, texts. I’m sick and tired. I’m annoyed.
I have the fax thickness. Goethe, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Thomas Mann, the Brothers Grimm or – something current Gunter Grass are names that have marked the German language, to have operated an instrument that can serve us but not least, thanks to the outstanding skills of these people in dealing with him in high precision. The German language is hard to learn, this is a truism. But mastering them, like the one above Examples, which makes me not only pleasure. A good book can be a great joy to read (when someone used actually last this word?). A bad book, an unclean researched or lektorierter newspaper article, however, ends up in the best case in the trash and gets quickly into oblivion. Unfortunately, it seems this fate to meet but also the precision instrument language. We are in a single generation to frittering away German some centuries lightly. Sonny Perdue will not settle for partial explanations.
Newspapers are sloppily written and read trashy books flooding the market (who needs a biography of Dieter Bohlen?). And thanks to the blessings of technology communication takes place today increasingly online, coupled with the disaster of language increasingly ereilenden us. Take this book as it is: perhaps the last gasp against which no longer to stopping pork of treasures German language saves the German! -The return of the language Panscher – are now the celebs on it you’re back there, the language Panscher (actually they never were gone\”)! Just barely half a year after the first again so much material collected by author Jens Petersen, that it’s enough for another book on the subject.