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ELit Book-Tip: Imre Oravecz: “A rög gyermekei (Die Kinder der Scholle)”

Veröffentlicht von Gábor Csordás | | abgelegt unter: ,

Imre Oravecz’s third volume of his trilogy A rög gyermekei (Die Kinder der Scholle) has concluded an enterprise that continued for over twenty years. Although the first part of this trilogy was only ...

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ELit Book-Tip: Aude Seigne: “Une toile large comme le monde”

Veröffentlicht von Katja Petrovic | | abgelegt unter: ,

What reality lies behind the virtual medium of the Internet, and what would our world be without the ‘www’? Swiss writer Aude Seigne (32) tackles these questions in her novel Une toile large comme le ...

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ELit Booktip: Marianne Jungmaier - Sonnenkönige

Veröffentlicht von Markus Köhle | | abgelegt unter: ,

An Anti-Berlin Lifestyle Novel

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Literally Swiss – A Literary Cabaret

Veröffentlicht von West Camel | | abgelegt unter: ,

Deborah Levy, a leading light of British literary culture, takes to the stage at London’s Tabernacle and declares that she has never visited Switzerland.

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Creative Criticism: Interview with Sophie Rabau

Veröffentlicht von Léa Cassagnau | | abgelegt unter:

Sophie Rabau is an instructor and researcher at Sorbonne Nouvelle University (Paris 3). In her work, she endeavours to apply critical invention, or ‘creative criticism’.

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ELit Book-Tip: Elizabeth Taylor: “Angel”

Veröffentlicht von Rainer Moritz | | abgelegt unter: ,

Elizabeth Taylor (born in 1912 in Reading; died in 1975 in Penn) was overlooked as a writer for a long while, even in Great Britain. Too much a stranger to London and its literary circles, she ...

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ANTI-EUROPEAN ZONE - Strictly controlled identities in Serbia

Veröffentlicht von Saša Ilić | | abgelegt unter: ,

In the acclaimed film Stalker (1979) by Andrei Tarkovsky, the director uses a a metaphor of a mystical Zone to which one travels in order to face the unknown, namely to meet one’s own deepest desires ...

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ELit Book-Tip: Liv Strömquist: “The Fruit of Knowledge”

Veröffentlicht von Christian Gasser | | abgelegt unter: ,

Liv Strömquist’s “The Fruit of Knowledge” is a unique non-fiction book about female sexuality.

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ELit Book-Tip: Giorgio Straten: “In Search of Lost Books”

Veröffentlicht von West Camel | | abgelegt unter: ,

The term Borgesian is overused. I cannot help, however, applying it to this brief, enigmatic volume. Scratch out the celebrated authors’ names – among them Plath, Lowry and Benjamin; Hemingway, Byron ...

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