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ELit Book Tip: Mirror, Shoulder, Signal

Posted by Rosie Goldsmith | | filed under: ,

Sonja Hansen is forty-something, unhappy, single, a Danish translator of Swedish crime novels, living in bustling, modern Copenhagen, originally from remote, rural West Jutland. She decides to learn ...

Monday Mo 22 22 May May 05 5 17 2017 May May 05 5 Monday Mo 22 22 17 2017 10 10 10 10 55 h AM | Read more

ELit Book Tip: Patrick Boucherons "Histoire mondiale de la France“

Posted by Katja Petrovic | | filed under: ,

France’s election campaign was in full swing. The Conservatives and French far-right wing parties have done their best to bolster their ideas about national identity...

Monday Mo 15 15 May May 05 5 17 2017 May May 05 5 Monday Mo 15 15 17 2017 10 10 10 10 56 h AM | Read more

ELit Book Tip: Juliana Kálnay’s strong debut “A House which is Deep in the Bones”

Posted by Rainer Moritz | | filed under: ,

Novels can naturally be written about people who live on remote farms in the Markgraviate of Brandenburg or who spend their days in stately villas in even more elegant suburbs along the...

Tuesday Tu 02 2 May May 05 5 17 2017 May May 05 5 Tuesday Tu 02 2 17 2017 9 09 9 09 40 h AM | Read more

ELit Book Tip: Karim Miské’s Graphiv Novel “N’appartenir”

Posted by Katja Petrovic | | filed under: ,

It could be his films, books or articles – for Karim Miské, everything revolves around one main question: belonging. From a young age, the son...

Monday Mo 24 24 April Apr 04 4 17 2017 April Apr 04 4 Monday Mo 24 24 17 2017 4 04 16 16 44 h PM | Read more

ELit Book Tip: Guy Delisle‘s Bestseller Gracphiv Novel “Hostage”

Posted by Christian Gasser | | filed under: ,

The French-Canadian comic book author Guy Delisle landed a bestseller with his illustrations from international hot spots like “Pyongyang”, “Birma” or “Jerusalem”. In his latest book, “Hostage” he...

Monday Mo 10 10 April Apr 04 4 17 2017 April Apr 04 4 Monday Mo 10 10 17 2017 8 08 8 08 40 h AM | Read more

The Unhappy Children of Central Europe

Posted by Mark Baczoni | | filed under: ,

It seems to me that there’s a theme in recent Hungarian literature, the literature of writers who grew up mainly in the seventies, and that is the theme of the unhappy child.

Monday Mo 03 3 April Apr 04 4 17 2017 April Apr 04 4 Monday Mo 03 3 17 2017 1 01 13 13 15 h PM | Read more

ELit Book Tip: Fatma Aydemir’s debut novel “Ellbogen”

Posted by Rainer Moritz | | filed under: ,

Is it possible, is it allowed? Can a convincing novel emerge when an author has barely gained perspective on current events? When she makes the characters think about Angela Merkel’s refugee policy ...

Monday Mo 27 27 March Mar 03 3 17 2017 March Mar 03 3 Monday Mo 27 27 17 2017 10 10 10 10 45 h AM | Read more

France is this year’s Guest of Honour at the Frankfurt Buchmesse

Posted by Katja Petrovic | | filed under: ,

France is this year’s Guest of Honour at the Frankfurt Buchmesse. However, the recognition is not only for France, but also the French language including Francophone writers and publishers...

Monday Mo 20 20 March Mar 03 3 17 2017 March Mar 03 3 Monday Mo 20 20 17 2017 4 04 16 16 13 h PM | Read more

Post-Yugoslav Literature and Fragile Communities

Posted by Saša Ilić | | filed under: ,

Yugoslavia has disappeared, but its spirit continues to live in works of fiction being written in its former territories, spanning “from the River Vardar to the Triglav mountain”...

Monday Mo 13 13 March Mar 03 3 17 2017 March Mar 03 3 Monday Mo 13 13 17 2017 9 09 9 09 50 h AM | Read more

Note to the Newer Slovenian Film Adaptations

Posted by Gorazd Trušnovec | | filed under: ,

A brief overview of statistics shows that over 40% of all films produced between the inception of Slovenian cinematography after World War II and 1991 were literary adaptations. After Slovenia’s ...

Monday Mo 06 6 March Mar 03 3 17 2017 March Mar 03 3 Monday Mo 06 6 17 2017 8 08 8 08 35 h AM | Read more
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