With books by Helga Schubert, Bettina Stangneth, Birgitte E. Orths, Euripides, and Jean-Philippe Rimetsma.
In “The Today” Laureate Ingeborg Bachmann Prize Helga Schubert wrote a big declaration of love for a stressful, but sometimes surprisingly beautiful life with a man in need of care at home.
The Hamburg philosopher Bettina Stangneth publishes a wonderful article on Putin and the Germans, titled “Overwhelming”.
Like a thriller, but sadly true: tax investigator Birgitte Orthes talks about how she hunts down scammers worth millions.
Antiquity also strong against Winter’s Gray End: Kurt Steinmann reinterprets Euripides’ “Medea,” the monstrous drama impressively modern.
Jean-Philippe Riemtsma praises Christoph Martin Wieland, lover of antiquity and poet of the Age of Enlightenment, as the inventor of modern literature.
and a simple reminder of Tübingen’s conscience for the nation, the classic philologist Walter Jens. On the eighth of March he will be one hundred years old.
Helga Schubert – Today. Hours of Love Book
dtv, 272 pages, 24 euros
Review by Teresa Hubner
Bettina Stangneth – Soaked. Putin and the Germans
Rowohlt Verlag, 144 pages, €16
A conversation with author Bettina Stangneth
Birgit E Orths – as a tax investigator on the money track
Econ Verlag, 368 pages, € 19.99
Beate Kroll review
German Greek, translated by Kurt Steinmann
With an epilogue to The Dorn and eight color illustrations by Bianca Riegel
Manesse Verlag, 240 pages, 60 euros
Frank Hertwick Review
Philipp Riemtsma – Christoph Martin Wieland. The invention of modern German literature. biography
C.H. Beck Verlag, 704 pages, €38
Reporting from the town of Welland in Biberach by Judith Reinbold
Jim Cross – Bad Bad Leroy Brown
Jim Croce – Time in a Bottle
Jim Cross – You don’t mess with Jim
Label: Bear Family Records
Jim Cross – I got a name
Bobby Womack – California Dream
Label: Sony Classic
Peter Tosh – Here Comes the Sun
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