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Literatur-Revolution — Dokumente, Manifeste, Programme. Zur Aesthetik und Poetik. Rodrigues, Olinde. Aalen: Otto Zeller, Sack, Gustav. Gesammelte Werke. Dirk Laucke, geboren , aufgewachsen in Halle Saale. Stefan Lehnberg ist ein wahres Multitalent. Schauspiel, Regie, Schriftstellerei — in all diesen und zahllosen weiteren Bereichen ist der Wahlberliner unglaublich erfolgreich. Doch ist ihm nichts davon zu Kopfe gestiegen. Sein Werk erscheint in 14 Sprachen. Seit lebte er wieder in Hamburg, arbeitete zeitweilig an den von Erich Ziegel geleiteten Hamburger Kammerspielen.
Seit verzeichnete das Hamburger Adressbuch ihn als freien Schriftsteller und Journalisten. Seinen zweiten Exilroman Eine unfreiwillige Remigration. Ein Thema, das er auch in einer von ihm geleiteten Fernsehdiskussion mit dem Titel Emigration — Feigheit oder Pflicht zur Sprache brachte. During the German occupation his parents were killed, whilst he survived by hiding with a Lithuanian family.
He visited the Kaunas Polytechnic Institute and worked in Vilnius as a radio engineer. In , he turned to professional writing. He immigrated to Israel in , where he studied comparative literature at the University of Tel Aviv. He has published several novels, short story collections and film scripts. His works have been translated into about twenty languages. Dror A. Mishani born in is an Israeli crime writer, translator and literary scholar, specializing in the history of detective fiction. His detective series, featuring police inspector Avraham Avraham, was first published in Hebrew in and is translated to many languages.
Anna Mitgutsch was born in Linz, Austria in In she returned to Austria to work as a free-lance novelist and literary journalist. Recently she splits her time between Linz, Austria and Boston. Born in in Budapest, the Hungarian novelist, essayist, and dramatist is considered as a major central European literary figure. While working as an editor, reader and drama consultant in the late s and early s, he started as a writer of short stories where he often returns to his childhood experiences.
Jona Oberski was born in in Amsterdam. He studied and worked there as a nuclear and particle research physicist, and still lives there with his wife Froukje Slijper.
He is the father of three sons, two from an earlier marriage. As five-year-old Jona waits with his mother and father to emigrate from Nazi-occupied Amsterdam to Palestine, they are awakened at night, put on a train, and eventually interred in the camps at Bergen-Belsen. There, what at first seems to be a merely dreary existence soon reveals itself to be one of the worst horrors humanity has ever created.
Jona Oberski conveys this amazement in an unembroidered and memorable way. There is a purity in it which leaves you speechless, a humanity which gives you no rest. Childhood is going to reach everyone and go on reaching people for generations to come. Admirably understated. There is no mawkish sentimentality here.
He published his first story in a magazine at the age of eighteen and his first book when he was twenty-one. Ilma Rakusa, born in Slovenia, lives in Zurich since John C.
In he was elected to a Fellowship at the Historisches Kolleg in Munich. He took early retirement from his teaching post at the University of Sussex in Er lebt in New York. Between and he studied at the University of Stockholm, majoring in mathematics, philosophy, political science and journalism.
In he left academia to work as a journalist for Swedish television, radio and print. He has enjoyed a prolific publishing career spanning over two decades, including the highly acclaimed A Personal History of Zionism, Messianism and the State of Israel , which has been translated into six languages, and Reflections on Journalism , which has been translated into Norwegian and Danish.
In he was awarded a doctorate honoris causa at the University of Gothenberg. Daniel de Roulet, born , studied architecture and worked as a computer scientist in Geneva. Since he devotes all his time to writing. He is the author of several novels, for which he was awarded with many French prizes. Daniel de Roulet is a marathon runner. He lives in France. Alexis Schwarzenbach ist Historiker, Autor und Kurator. Born in New York as the son of Russian emigrant Jews. He worked as creative director for advertising agencies before he started a writer's career.
His longest writing assignment was as head writer for the daytime mystery serial "The Edge of Night", for which he was awarded both an Emmy and two Edgar Awards. He has also written more than fifty radio plays and six stage plays of which there have been 27 productions. His works have been translated into numerous languages. The German editions of his books by Diogenes have sold over one million copies.
He was writing short fiction and extensively for the internet. He was married with two children and lived in New York until his death in April, Yali Sobol was born in Haifa in He is a professional musician since the age of 21 and his band, Monica Sex, has been one of the most successful and acclaimed bands in Israel for the past 20 years.
He also made a name for himself as a solo artist and particularly as a songwriter and won the prestigious writers and composers union ACUM award, for best writer in In parallel he began to publish stories before publishing his debut novel in followed by a second and bestselling novel in A thoroughly impressive literary feat.
Recuperates one of the biggest themes any novelist can tackle with austere, formal brilliance. Peter Stamm, born in , shortlisted for the Man Booker International Prize , had his international breakthrough with his debut novel Agnes in Since then his books have been translated into more than 30 languages. Peter Stamm lives near Zurich with his wife and two children.
His father, a Serb, came from a peasant background; his mother was middle-class and Jewish. Zusammen mit Svenja Herrmann hat sie eine Anthologie von literarischen Texten zum Geburtstag der Menschenrechte herausgegeben. Ihre Texte wurden mehrfach ausgezeichnet. In , at age 32, Virginia Vallejo was at the top of her television and radio career, when she met the man who would part in two not only her life, but also the history of Columbia: an obscure deputy congressman from a humble background called Pablo Escobar.
The freshman politician, also 32, introduced the socialite into a world of unbelievable new wealth in which floods of money poured into his charitable projects and the campaigns of his presidential candidates. In January , the famous journalist and the married trafficker began a secret love affair that lasted for five years. How could she be seduced by such a man and how could a criminal seduce the masses better than the sneakist of politicians?
It may stir anger as it stirred controversy when it was a bestseller in Latin America in , after fleeing to Miami under official protection from the Department of Justice. But it may also stir admiration for her courage. With the sharp eye of a trained journalist, Virginia denounces, confesses, witnesses, and answers important questions that no one else dares to, and with flair. Yehoshua continues to give us evidence in abundance that his reign as one of Israel's most distinguished writers is likely to be a long one indeed.
Abraham B. Yehoshua was born in , in Jerusalem. His debut The Lover , published in , established his international renown. His novels, translated into more than twenty languages and received numerous international awards. He lives in Tel Aviv. She is an intellectual and cultural historian of the highest distinction. No one interested in the history and politics of the contemporary Middle East can ignore this book. Professor Idith Zertal Ph. She has taught history and cultural studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya.
She has also been a visiting professor at the University of Chicago and at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris, and senior research fellow at research institutes in the United States, Europe and Israel. She currently teaches at the University of Basel, and is lecturing regularly in Germany, France, and Israel.
Daux u. Near the obliterated remains of the village of Guillemont his platoon took up a front line position in a defile that had been shelled until it consisted of little more than a dip strewn with the rotting corpses of predecessors. Both recognize a defeat of some sort. Eine Biographie, Bd. Volume 41 Issue 2 Dec , pp.
Monika Zgustova was born in Prague and lives in Barcelona. Zweig and A. A separate block is made up of articles, focusing on the ambivalent "war aesthetic" of the early Avant-guard movement and those proposed theories, trying to distance themselves from expressionism C. Einstein or going for a material aesthetic S. Kracauer capable of imagining the catastrophe, which had occurred.
Last but not least, there are the articles that analyze how the Great War is represented in modern novels A. Capus, C. Bauer or even in video games. German description: Die Autoren reflektieren nicht nur die Komplexitat eines interkulturellen Austausches uber jenen historischen Moment, mit dem die Gewaltgeschichte des Jahrhunderts ihren Anfang nahm. Sie vermitteln auch die Heterogenitat der individuellen Annaherungen an ein Thema, das die spanische Germanistik uber die Perspektive der eigenen Widerspiegelungen des Grossen Krieges hinaus bewegt. Mit der Rezeption der wichtigsten Kriegsromane, aber auch mit der Kriegsverarbeitung im Theater oder mit Frauenliteratur im Krieg, sowie mit anderen vom Einschnitt des Krieges gepragten asthetischen, literarischen und kulturellen Diskursen der Entfremdung liegt eine wichtige Form der Auseinandersetzung vor.
Die Beitrage beleuchten die Nachwirkung dieses ersten totalen Massenkrieges von der Nach- und Zwischenkriegszeit bis heute. Customer Reviews Average Review. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Add to Wishlist. USD Overview English summary: The volume is made up of a series of articles, which look at how the First World War was perceived and represented from aesthetic-literary, sociocultural and political aspects.
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