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Frankfurt Book Fair 2017 – New French Literature 2

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She won the accolade of the Prix Goncourt in 2016: Leïla Slimani, aged 35, born and raised in Rabat, based since her eighteenth year in Paris where she works as a journalist and writer. She is the ...

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European Literature Days 2016: Review of Ondřej Buddeus

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Some children’s books are not children’s books, because they are not intended as books for children. They’re books for bookworms and those who love everything...

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WRITERS VS. BARBARIANS - 90 years of Serbian PEN center and (self)censorship

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Back in 1985, at the international conference in Budapest organised by the Federation for Human Rights, Danilo Kiš read his short, memorable essay on censorship. The author described it as a ...

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Vote of No Confidence in Fiction

Posted by Rainer Moritz | | filed under: ,

For several years, a notable trend has become evident in (West-)European literature for no-holds-barred autobiographical texts. Previously, in novels the point was often ...

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Frankfurt Book Fair 2017 – New French Literature 1

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France is the 2017 Guest of Honour at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Writers from the Francophone world are invited for the occasion, in particular those from the former colonies...

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