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The Migrants/ (Die) Migranten

Veröffentlicht von A.L. Kennedy | | abgelegt unter: ,

When I first wrote this lecture a summary of my argument could have been – when art fails, there is cruelty, because cruelty in humans is caused by a lack of imagination. There are not enough human ...

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The world must be romanticized/ Die Welt muss romantisiert werden

Veröffentlicht von Peter Zimmermann | | abgelegt unter: ,

The world must be romanticized. Only in this way will one rediscover its original senses.

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Third Day – The Digital “East” and “West”

Veröffentlicht von László Szabolcs | | abgelegt unter: ,

As announced, two main discussions at the European Literature Days were dedicated to the topic of literary trends and innovative developments in the digital field. They focused mostly on how new ...

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Trends, Bullshit and Recognition/ Trends, Bullshit und Erkenntnis

Veröffentlicht von Peter Zimmermann | | abgelegt unter: ,

No, I won’t make any more remarks about the weather. But if I were to put on a film critic’s mask, I could say a positive word about the perfectly illuminated setting and carefully thought through ...

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Day Two – Celebrating and Questioning the Concepts We Use

Veröffentlicht von László Szabolcs | | abgelegt unter: ,

Being dedicated to the topic of “the migrant,” yesterday the various literary programs at the European Literature Day in Spitz revealed a rich collection of valuable insights and reflections on the ...

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With Iman Humaydan in Melk/ Mit Iman Humaydan in Melk

Veröffentlicht von Peter Zimmermann | | abgelegt unter: ,

22.10.2015. An October morning in Melk is a good time for reflection. Under overcast skies the ‘executive suite’ of the Benedictine Abbey rising in its pastel yellow above the town gives a quiet ...

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Day One – Struggling with Parallel Worlds

Veröffentlicht von László Szabolcs | | abgelegt unter: ,

I managed to arrive to Austria from Budapest quite uneventfully, the trains were on time, running smoothly, passengers around me chatting in several languages, as if nothing could ever disturb the ...

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The awkward subject of commitment/ Die schwierige Sache mit dem Engagement.

Veröffentlicht von Peter Zimmermann | | abgelegt unter: ,

23.10.2015. All over the world (at least I think so) people enjoy talking about the weather. They mainly do so because grumbling about the weather is a constant, and there is no fear of any ...

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Is the ebook boom already over?/ Ist der E-Book-Boom zu Ende?

Veröffentlicht von Dirk Rumberg | | abgelegt unter: ,

In the week prior to the Frankfurt Book Fair the reports and rumours were amassing that the ebook market had reached its limits of expansion – at least for published titles. Widely divergent figures ...

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Novels without fictions/ Romane ohne Fiktionen

Veröffentlicht von Jürgen Ritte | | abgelegt unter: ,

As the French writer Patrick Deville occasionally muses his stories are basically “novels without fictions”. Deville is the author of brilliant continental investigations, reportages, historical ...

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