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Friederike Barakat, Anne Brans, Stefanie Eckl & Annette Lechner
All titles in "Literature, Art, Music"
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Gottfried von Einem
The story of a unique affection that unfolds in letters between the 44-year-old composer and his niece, 27 years his junior.
Following the premiere of his opera Dantons Tod at the ... More about this title
Christian Enzensberger 1931-2009, was a writer, translator and Professor of English Literature at Munich University. His prose poems "Eins nach dem andern" were published in the AKZENTE series ... More about this title
Cats filled with sweets used to be a popular gift, and were James Joyce’s choice of treats for his young grandson. But when he was in Copenhagen he couldn’t find any to bring back, so he ... More about this title
Little habits and big secrets of great authors
The "magic spells" of literature explained: how famous authors mix subjects and ideas in their books.
More exciting and varied than any literary history, this book casts light upon the ... More about this title
World Literature in Zurich – 50 Portraits
Zurich is fertile ground for great literature: many famous writers created important works there and allowed themselves to be inspired either by its liberal cosmopolitanism or its idyllic peace ... More about this title
Schiller’s begging letters
Like all authors – and people everywhere – the great Friedrich Schiller had one major worry: good old money. There was no such thing as arts sponsorship in his day, and so Schiller had no ... More about this title
If only it could be true: "Because you like me, I can fly/over the rooftops, way up high/Because you like me, it's a lark/To mock the ghosts who come when it's dark". Wouldn't that be great, ... More about this title
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