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  • Eveline Hasler

    I remain ever your friend

    Hermann Hesse, Emmy Hennings and Hugo Ball
    In December 1920, Emmy and Hugo Ball meet Hermann Hesse in the small Ticino village of Cassarate. It is the beginning of an extraordinarily intense friendship that will turn out to have fateful ... More about this title

  • Eveline Hasler

    Stone Means Love

    The beginning of the 20th century: amid Munich's swirling literary scene a young woman watches quietly. Her name: Regina Ullmann. She is in love with anarchist psychiatrist Otto Gross and will ... More about this title

  • Eveline Hasler

    Tell`s Daughter

    The refined ladies and gentlemen of Berne are piqued when they hear that Count Bondeli has succumbed to his daughter's wishes, allowing her to be tutored in mathematics and astronomy. But even as ... More about this title

  • Heide Helwig

    Johann Peter Hebel

    A biography
    Just six months younger than Schiller and ten years older than Hölderlin, Johann Peter Hebel (1760–1826) was never part of the literary circles in Jena or Tübingen. As an intelligent child ... More about this title

  • Hartmut von Hentig

    My Life – Considered and Confirmed

    Childhood and Adolescence
    Hartmut von Hentig's memories of private and political developments between two continents – a very personal book by a great teacher, looking back on childhood and youth.

    Hartmut von ... More about this title

  • Hartmut von Hentig

    Travels and Companions

    Hartmut von Hentig is one of the last great travellers. In more than five decades, he has journeyed from one end of the world to the other, not only by train and plane but also on foot and on ... More about this title

  • Dieter Hildebrandt

    Schiller’s First Heroine

    The Life of his sister, Christophine Reinwald
    We admire Christophine Reinwald for being a woman in charge of her own destiny. She was closer to her brother than almost anyone else, and it was to him she looked for inspiration when she ... More about this title

  • Ioan Holender

    "I Haven’t Finished Yet!"

    Memoirs
    Ioan Holender has lead the Vienna State Opera longer than Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss, Herbert von Karajan and all his other predecessors. On June 30th 2010, shortly before his 75th birthday, ... More about this title

  • Barbara Honigmann

    A Chapter of my Life

    By turns dispassionate, poetic, and witty, Barbara Honigmann relates the incredible story of her own mother, who was a spy and an emigrant, a Jewess and a Communist, in times of war and ... More about this title

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    Barbara Honigmann

    A Chapter of my Life

    By turns dispassionate, poetic, and witty, Barbara Honigmann relates the incredible story of her own mother, who was a spy and an emigrant, a Jewess and a Communist, in times of war and ... More about this title

  • Barbara Honigmann

    Regaining One's Face

    Barbara Honigmann has won critical and public acclaim with books that blend autobiography and literature into a homogeneous – and highly original – whole. This latest collection of ... More about this title

  • Barbara Honigmann

    Supernatural Light

    Return to New York
    New York is one of the most frequently written-about cities in the world. Here it is seen in an entirely fresh, intrinsically personal light, as Barbara Honigmann shows how a hitherto unfamiliar ... More about this title

  • Barbara Honigmann

    The Past and What Came After

    Can Germany be home to a Jewish author born after the war? Or must the past remain a stronger force than the present? Barbara Honigmann moved from East Berlin to Strasbourg in 1984 but has ... More about this title

  • Henriette Kaiser

    The Final Chord

    My Last months with Katja
    Nobody likes to think of death. Katja and Henriette are no exception. But they must: Katja, just 37, is dying of cancer. During her last months, Henriette visits Katja almost daily, trying to ... More about this title

  • Michael Klein

    White Silence

    Jack London's Journey over the Ice
    "Gold! Gold!" When the S.S. Excelsior reaches San Francisco harbour on July 14, 1897, the news of fantastic amounts of gold being found in the icy expanses of Alaska spreads like wildfire ... More about this title

  • Ruth Klüger

    lost in transit

    Memoirs
    She survived the Holocaust and the concentration camps, and made a new life in the USA – but her native country still continues to haunt her: The memoirs of Ruth Klüger, Part Two.

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  • Jan Knopf

    Bertold Brecht

    The Art of Living in Dark Times. A biography
    Bertolt Brecht (1898–1956) gained acclaim on the world stage as only Shakespeare had done before him; in collaboration with Kurt Weill, Hanns Eisler and Paul Dessau he revolutionized musical ... More about this title

  • Walter Kohl

    "I don't feel guilty"

    Georg Renno, Euthanasia Doctor
    The last years of his life were spent in a small terraced house in a village near Ludwigshafen. A white-haired old man with a haggard face and spindly legs, living on a state pension earned by ... More about this title

  • Walter Kohl

    In Search of a Mother

    The Story of Three Very Different Sisters
    »Radiant and exuberant« – these were the words used to describe the mother in the medical records of the Amsterdam hospital where Tania was born – an ironic observation in view of what the ... More about this title

  • Walter Kohl

    What Does Life Smell Like?

    Reporting on a World Without Scents
    As a result of a serious bicycle accident, Walter Kohl loses his sense of smell forever. At first, he is unconcerned by this, given the other life-threatening injuries he has suffered. But little ... More about this title

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