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All titles in "Literature, Art, Music"

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  • Rüdiger Safranski

    Schiller

    or The Invention of German Idealism
    Perhaps the secondary school teachers have given him a bad name with their dull learning-by-heart and stupid interpretations of ballads and familiar quotations. For in fact Friedrich Schiller ... More about this title

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    Rüdiger Safranski

    Schiller

    or The Invention of German Idealism
    Perhaps the secondary school teachers have given him a bad name with their dull learning-by-heart and stupid interpretations of ballads and familiar quotations. For in fact Friedrich Schiller ... More about this title

  • Willibald Sauerländer

    The Air on the Point of the Brush

    A round trip through great exhibitions of the last centuries and a leisurely walk through the history of art – one of the most distinguished art historians presents his personal view of ... More about this title

  • Rafik Schami

    The Dark Side of Love

    Rafik Schami's opulent novel about the city of his childhood, a love endangered by persecution and murder, the political situation in the Middle East, Christians and Arabs: nine hundred pages of ... More about this title

  • Elmar Schenkel

    H.G. Wells

    Prophet in a Labyrinth
    The author of The Time Machine, the creator of fantastic stories about aliens, invisible men and strange hybrids of man and beast – this is the well-known side of H. G. Wells. Now that the gap ... More about this title

  • Karl Schlögel

    Marijampole

    Forget about Brussels and Strasbourg, drive to Marijamopole. Karl Schlögel will be there to show you some of the true heroes of the new Europe.

    Once a week Marijamopole is the centre ... More about this title

  • Volker Schlöndorff

    Light, Shadow and Motion

    My Life and Films
    Volker Schlöndorff has often been accused of not revealing himself in his films. At last, he opens up and tells us about his life. A youth spent in Hesse, a life lived in many countries and ... More about this title

  • Wendelin Schmidt-Dengler

    Nestroy

    The Whims of Fortune
    Johann Nestroy, actor, dramatist, and impresario, left behind 42 volumes of collected works, hundreds of theatre productions and screen adaptations. Yet despite his prodigious output, "the first ... More about this title

  • Wilfried F. Schoeller

    Alfred Döblin. A Biography

    Döblin's novel Berlin Alexanderplatz brought him international fame, but other than that he is considered the great unknown of German literature and his other works remain in comparative ... More about this title

  • Raoul Schrott

    Homer's Home

    Homer and the Trojan War – myth or reality? While working on his translation of The Iliad, to be published by Hanser in the fall of 2008, Raoul Schrott discovered a sensational fact: The roots ... More about this title

  • Raoul Schrott

    The Cloudsweep´s Handbook

    Raoul Schrott on writing and travelling, reading and translating, ancient and modern times, one's own works and those of others - the many tools and components of the poet's trade.

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  • Franz Schuh

    Grave Accusations, Dirty Laundry

    Franz Schuh is one of Austria's most important writers – essayist, philosopher, brilliant interpreter of his own texts. After a handful of books, among them essays on literature and a novel set ... More about this title

  • Franz Schuh

    Memoirs

    An Interview Against Myself
    Schuh's A to Z of Life: from the "Simpsons" to high art, from the significance of briefcases to the nature of love – Franz Schuh describes the things that hold our world together.
    In his ... More about this title

  • W.G. Sebald

    Not Told

    A joint project by writer W.G. Sebald and painter Jan Peter Tripp, in preparation for a long time and now published posthumously.

    W.G. Sebald, the writer, was a lifelong admirer of ... More about this title

  • Martin Seel

    A Phenomenological Aesthetics

    Modern art is often accused of owing its existence mainly to theories and manifestos, producing no immediate aesthetic impact by its own merits. If this were the case, it would be sufficient to ... More about this title

  • Werner Spies

    From Frottage to Photo Painting

    Few have written more extensively and comprehensively about modern art than Werner Spies. The spontaneous enthusiasm engendered by a particular work of art resonates in his words and is directly ... More about this title

  • Werner Spies

    My Fortunate Life

    At the tail-end of the fifties, a young man from the Swabian provinces sets out for Paris. He has studied art history and put in some time as a journalist, but it is his insatiable appetite for ... More about this title

  • Werner Spies

    Vox Angelica

    Max Ernst and the surrealists in America
    As a refugee from Nazi persecution, Max Ernst brought surrealism to America. European and American modernism joined forces in the artistic melting pot of New York. Werner Spies is the first to ... More about this title

  • Thomas Steinfeld

    Axel Munthe and the Art of Giving Life a Meaning

    He was a fashionable doctor, he built himself the most beautiful house in the world, and he wrote a world bestseller: Axel Munthe knew how to court Fortune and win.

    Axel Munthe (1857 ... More about this title

  • Thomas Steinfeld

    The Passionate Bookkeeper

    Philology has disappeared from the universities. But haven't we all become philologists instead? Thomas Steinfeld explores a typically German passion.

    Whatever became of philology? ... More about this title

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