Fernando Aramburu’s new novel A Journey with Clara Across Germany is an entertaining read for the gray days of November. The book by the famous Basque author begins without damage, but turns out to be a wonderful picture of morality.
Elizabeth Strout tells of a special friendship in the fall of life in her novel Oh William! A clever and kind-hearted book about a divorced, aging couple who explore their memories and fears – and track down a family secret.
Rachel Cuske takes us to a faraway home in England in her novel The Other Place. This is where art and life meet; The annoying room play develops.
We are also talking about 20 years of Literaturhaus Stuttgart’s book and graphic novel Über Tyrannei.
Elizabeth Strout – Oh, William!
From the American to Sabine Roth
Luchterhand Verlag, 224 pages, €20
A conversation with Christoph Schroeder
Reading with Isabel Demy
Fernando Aramburu – Travel with Clara through Germany
Translated by Willy Zurbruggen from Spanish
Rowohlt Verlag, 591 pages, €25
Julia Schroeder review
Timothy Snyder – On Tyranny. Twenty lessons of resistance
CH Beck Verlag, 128 pages, €20
Drawn by Nora Krug
A conversation with Lucas Mayer Blankenburg
20 years of Litterhaus Stuttgart
A conversation with Director Stephanie Stegmann
Rachel Kesk – The Other Place
Translated from English by Eva Boni
Suhrkamp Verlag, 204 pages, €23
Ulrich Rüdenauer مراجعة review
Zaz – Issa
Label: Warner Music International
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