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Question for Germans about Karl May

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I have heard of Karl May's books about the American west, and I'm curious about whether his books are read nowadays. If any of his books are available, I'd like to read one, Any information on this?

I see that there is a Karl May museum in Radebeul. I thought it would be fun to visit it when I next go to east Germany, and I want to have read one of his books when I go.

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