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War in Comic-books/ Der Krieg im Comic. Part/ Teil 2: Joe Sacco

Veröffentlicht von Christian Gasser | | abgelegt unter: ,

Joe Sacco: Truth or Objectivity

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The Migrants/ Die Ausgewanderten

Veröffentlicht von Walter Grond | | abgelegt unter: ,

At the first European Literature Days in 2009, Jürgen Ritte, a literary scholar at the Sorbonne Paris, responded in answer to the question “Is there a European literature?” – “No and yes. Yes. Of ...

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E-book Subscription models: What works for the readers drags down the business (Proved by Oyster and Scribd)

Veröffentlicht von Renata Zamida | | abgelegt unter: ,

When we got used to e-book selling and started to talk about e-book lending, almost immediately commercial lending platforms in the shape of various subscription models appeared – not only in the US ...

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Your Book Year Ahead

Veröffentlicht von Rosie Goldsmith | | abgelegt unter: ,

One of my roles as your Blogger-in-UK-residence is to share any Good News about International writing on ‘our’ side of the Channel – and I’ve just been served up a large delicious helping of brain ...

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War in Comic-books/ Der Krieg im Comic. Part/ Teil 1: Jacques Tardi

Veröffentlicht von Christian Gasser | | abgelegt unter: ,

There have always been war Comics. As elsewhere in popular culture, they satisfy the need both for heroic action and pacifist debate. As a result, they frequently suffer the same problems as the ...

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Non sequitur. News from today/ Kurz. Neuigkeiten von der Gegenwart

Veröffentlicht von Pierre Alféri | | abgelegt unter: ,

Lecture of Pierre Alféri (Paris). The keynote lecture of the International Literature Festival Erich Fried 2015 on the theme of “Facts and Fiction. Literary Reportages”.

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