Get Ready for the Radetzky March Readalong Starting April 4th

Readalong Schedule

Part One on Thursday  April 4

Part Two on Thursday April 11

Part 3 on Thursday April 18

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The readalong begins in 10 days time on April 4th with a discussion of Part One of Joseph Roth’s masterpiece. There will be  reading questions for those who wish some guidance, but we need email addresses so that we can send them to you (about a week before each discussion).

If you’d like to receive the questions, please comment ensuring you fill in the email field in the comment form. (No-one else will see it that way.) Alternatively, follow @lizzysiddal or @beautyandthecat on twitter and let us know you want to read with us. We can then DM the questions to you.

There is no obligation to answer all or any of our questions. As always with #germanlitmonth reads, you can read/write/blog/tweet as you please. But we had a fantastic experience, when we did it this way with Effi Briest. And there’s just as much to discuss about The Radetzky March.

Lizzy and I are looking forward to this immensely.

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Readalong Schedule

Part One on Thursday  April 4

Part Two on Thursday April 11

Part 3 on Thursday April 18

17 thoughts on “Get Ready for the Radetzky March Readalong Starting April 4th

  1. I’ve read Part One and hope to be moving onward this week. Very excited to participate. I wouldn’t have known of this masterpiece if you and Lizzy weren’t hosting this readalong, so thank you!

  2. OK I’ll give it a go,just got to find my copy it’s here somewhere.I read it a while ago but can’t remember a lot so it will be good to reacquaint myself with it.As I recall there was some great depictions of landscape in it esp.when the main character moved to the eastern border,or is that some other book?

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