Articles alt

ELit Book-Tip: Robert Prosser: “Phantome”

Posted by Markus Köhle | | filed under: ,

How do war, displacement and dislocation change a person? How can someone gain a foothold again where he has arrived now? What remains, what plays on one’s mind and what can never be forgotten again? ...

| Read more

ELit Book-Tip: Katharina Greve: “Das Hochhaus. 102 Etagen Leben”

Posted by Christian Gasser | | filed under: ,

The skyscraper as a microcosm: In “The Skyscraper. 102 Storeys of Life” German comic book writer Katharina Greve introduces one of the most original comics of the year.

| Read more

ELit Book-Tip: Kristine Bilkau: “Eine Liebe, in Gedanken”

Posted by Rainer Moritz | | filed under: ,

Some books slip through the back door into their readers’ minds. Some books don’t need to make showy, grand gestures, or to demonstrate their authors’ skill on every page...

| Read more

ILIYA TROYANOV – The Charming ‘Collector of Worlds’

Posted by Beat Mazenauer | | filed under: ,

Iliya Troyanov was born in Sofia in 1965. Aged six, he and his family fled to Germany where they were granted political asylum. Their journey was the start of a life in many different places: with ...

| Read more

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

Posted by Gábor Csordás | | filed under: ,

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 ...

| Read more

ELit Booktip: Marianne Jungmaier - Sonnenkönige

Posted by Markus Köhle | | filed under: ,

An Anti-Berlin Lifestyle Novel

| Read more

Elit Booktip : Marion Messina, Faux Départ

Posted by Léa Cassagnau | | filed under: ,

Coming-of-age stories seem to be enjoying a revival. Today, however, education means studying at a university, writing CVs and motivation letters, jobbing under fixed-term contracts and, for those ...

| Read more

ELit Book-Tip: Elizabeth Taylor: “Angel”

Posted by Rainer Moritz | | filed under: ,

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 ...

| Read more

ANTI-EUROPEAN ZONE - Strictly controlled identities in Serbia

Posted by Saša Ilić | | filed under: ,

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 ...

| Read more

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

Posted by Christian Gasser | | filed under: ,

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

| Read more

My Visit

0 Entries Entry

Suggested visit time:

Send List