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"Die Kapuzinergruft" schließt unmittelbar an den "Radetzkymarsch" an: Franz-Ferdinand Trotta gehört zur Wiener "jeunesse dorée", man pflegt die gelangweilte Dekadenz - "In dieser Atmosphäre hatten Gefühle kaum einen Platz, Leidenschaften gar waren verpönt" - bis zum Ausbruch des Ersten Weltkriegs. In den Kaffeehäusern des Wiens zwischen den Kriegen findet die Saga der von Trottas ihr Ende.
(c)+(p) 2009 Diogenes Verlag

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Weltliteratur in einer Interpretation, wie sie nicht stimmiger denkbar ist. "Die Kapuzinergruft" gelesen von Peter Matic - herb und klar.
--Die Presse, Wien

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Almost a sequel to Radetzkymarsch

Reader is good. Story overlaps period of Radetzkymarsch, and is about the same family, but carries on after WW1. Depicts the decline of the Austrian middle-class in the post-WW1 period.