European Literature Trends 2015/ Europäische Literatur Trends 2015

Veröffentlicht von ELit Network | | abgelegt unter: ,

Literature Hous3 Europe: Literature Trends 2015 Eds. Walter Grond and Beat Mazenauer For the first time, the Literaturhaus Europe presents a nuanced and entertaining summary of the annual ...

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Migrants in Hungarian literature II: Immigrants

Veröffentlicht von Ágnes Orzóy | | abgelegt unter: ,

In this region, the eastern and southern parts of Europe, borders are very important, because history has always been equivalent here with the shift and change of borders; individual and family ...

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Way Ahead of Politics: Literary Bridge between Belgrade and Pristina/ Daleko ispred politike: Književni most između Beograda i Prištine

Veröffentlicht von Saša Ilic | | abgelegt unter: ,

With a thirty-year delay, on 25th August 2015 the Prime Ministers of Serbia and Kosovo signed four agreements in Brussels, as part of the Brussels negotiations on normalization of the relationship ...

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“That’s our common enemy. Period. That’s it. End!” France’s Writers On the Terror in Paris/ Das ist unser gemeinsamer Feind. Punkt. Aus. Ende! Frankreichs Schriftsteller über den Terror in Paris

Veröffentlicht von Katja Petrovic | | abgelegt unter: ,

Three days after the terror attacks, on Monday, despite the continuing state of emergency, the French people returned to everyday life. Schools, shops, cinemas and concert halls are now open again. ...

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Islamists or Far-Right Extremists – Who Will be Hollande’s Successor?/ Islamisten oder Rechtsextremisten, wer wird Hollandes Nachfolger?

Veröffentlicht von Katja Petrovic | | abgelegt unter: ,

One and a half years before the French presidential elections the political climate in France is tense. Trust in François Hollande has long since ebbed away and a second term in office looks more ...

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The Happy Well-Read Troll Tavern/ Gostilna Pri veselem načitanem trolu

Veröffentlicht von Aljoša Harlamov | | abgelegt unter: ,

The Slovenian novel began in a tavern. This doesn’t mean that Josip Jurčič wrote continuously drunk. (Although that is how most of early Slovenian poetry came to be.)

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Prix Goncourt 2015: Mathias Enard and/ und Boualem Sansal

Veröffentlicht von Katja Petrovic | | abgelegt unter: , ,

It’s literary awards time – this week is France’s most important season for literary accolades. The Prix Goncourt goes to Mathias Enard for his novel Boussole and not to Algerian writer, Boualem ...

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Yes, it does work! On the arte series “Writers of Europe”/ Und es geht doch! Über die arte-Serie „Europa und seine Schriftsteller“

Veröffentlicht von Katja Petrovic | | abgelegt unter: ,

It’s well known that literature and television are difficult to reconcile. When you’re reading you embark on a quiet and leisurely journey to an imaginary realm, but the TV viewer expects ...

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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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The Hungarian Window in Vienna/ Das ungarische Fenster in Wien

Veröffentlicht von Wilhelm Droste | | abgelegt unter: ,

Anybody who wants to get to know Hungary now – to understand or even to want to understand – should switch off the radio, put down the newspapers and not go online. Instead, he or she should pick up ...

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