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Vorhang »Calw«, WILLKOMMEN ZUHAUSE by ALBANI GR...
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WILLKOMMEN ZUHAUSE by ALBANI GROUP: Silberfarbene Wellen auf grauem Grund setzen diesen blickdichten und stark verdunkelnden Ösenschal gekonnt in Szene. Der moderne Dim Out Schal mit 8 Ösen schützt Sie darüber hinaus auch vor Lärm und Kälte von draußen. Das einfache Dekorieren ermöglichen die 8 Ösen die immer einen exakten Faltenwurf hervorrufen.

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Vorhang , grau, H/B: 245/135cm, »Calw«, WILLKOM...
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Silberfarbene Wellen auf grauem Grund setzen diesen blickdichten und stark verdunkelnden Ösenschal gekonnt in Szene. Der moderne Dim Out Schal mit 8 Ösen schützt Sie darüber hinaus auch vor Lärm und Kälte von draußen. Das einfache Dekorieren ermöglichen die 8 Ösen die immer einen exakten Faltenwurf hervorrufen.

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Vorhang Calw WILLKOMMEN ZUHAUSE by ALBANI GROUP...
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Silberfarbene Wellen auf grauem Grund setzen diesen blickdichten und stark verdunkelnden Ösenschal gekonnt in Szene. Der moderne Dim Out Schal mit 8 Ösen schützt Sie darüber hinaus auch vor Lärm und Kälte von draußen. Das einfache Dekorieren ermöglichen die 8 Ösen die immer einen exakten Faltenwurf hervorrufen.

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Rudolf Schlichter
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Schlichter (December 6, 1890 May 3, 1955) was a German artist considered to be one of the most important representatives of the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) movement. Schlichter was born in Calw, Württemberg. After an apprenticeship as an enamel painter at a Pforzheim factory he attended the School of Arts and Crafts in Stuttgart. He subsequently studied under Hans Thoma and Wilhelm Trübner at the Academy in Karlsruhe. Called for military service in World War I, he carried out a hunger strike to secure early release, and in 1919 he moved to Berlin where he joined the Communist Party of Germany and the "November" group. He took part in a Dada fair in 1920 and also worked as an illustrator for several periodicals. A major work from this period is his Dada Roof Studio, a watercolor showing an assortment of figures on an urban rooftop. Around a table sit a woman and two men in top hats.

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The Journey to the East
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2011 Reprint of 1957 English Translation. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. 'Journey to the East' is written from the point of view of a man who becomes a member of 'The League', a timeless religious sect whose members include famous fictional and real characters, such as Plato, Mozart, Pythagoras, Paul Klee, Don Quixote, Tristram Shandy, Baudelaire, and the ferryman Vasudeva, a character from one of Hesse's earlier works, Siddhartha. A branch of the group goes on a pilgrimage to 'the East' in search of the 'ultimate Truth'. The conclusion of the short novel is a stroke of Hesse's typical Eastern mysticism at its finest. Hermann Hesse was born in Calw in the Black Forest on July 2, 1877, and from an early age was obsessed with the mystery of existence and humanity's place in the Universe. The Journey to the East is Hesse's tale of inner pilgrimage, an allegory on human desire for enlightenment and the long road that must be traveled to that ultimate goal. Using remarkably clear and accessible language, the book brings together the experience and conclusions of many years of spiritual struggle.

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The Journey to the East
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2011 Reprint of 1957 English Translation. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. 'Journey to the East' is written from the point of view of a man who becomes a member of 'The League', a timeless religious sect whose members include famous fictional and real characters, such as Plato, Mozart, Pythagoras, Paul Klee, Don Quixote, Tristram Shandy, Baudelaire, and the ferryman Vasudeva, a character from one of Hesse's earlier works, Siddhartha. A branch of the group goes on a pilgrimage to 'the East' in search of the 'ultimate Truth'. The conclusion of the short novel is a stroke of Hesse's typical Eastern mysticism at its finest. Hermann Hesse was born in Calw in the Black Forest on July 2, 1877, and from an early age was obsessed with the mystery of existence and humanity's place in the Universe. The Journey to the East is Hesse's tale of inner pilgrimage, an allegory on human desire for enlightenment and the long road that must be traveled to that ultimate goal. Using remarkably clear and accessible language, the book brings together the experience and conclusions of many years of spiritual struggle.

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