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The poems Ruth Klüger learned by heart helped her to survive the concentration camps. To this day she still writes her own poetry, a selection of which is published here for the first time, ... More about this title
Edited by Irmgard and Benno Rech
Johannes Kühn, one of the most widely read poets of our time, will be celebrating his eightieth birthday this year. In his new collection he writes about daybreak (“I wonder how much lipstick ... More about this title
‘“If you see leaves that walk,” said the butcher’s son, “You’re looking at ants moving quickly”. In this new collection, Björn Kuhligk, who in his youth was dubbed the “Concrete ... More about this title
Poet Johannes Kühn is an exceptional figure in German literature. "Discovered" late, critics and readers have since welcomed him for his independence, and the pursuit of his own path, away from ... More about this title
Selection and epilogue by Hubert Witt
“Kunert’s poems are never declamatory or commanding” Marcel
Reich-Ranicki wrote. “They are enquiries formulated by a sceptical contemporary mind; expressions of disquiet, of ... More about this title
Günter Kunert has remained the poet of opposition and contradiction. Even after the fall of the Wall and the abating of the political storm, he continues, amicably but persistently, to point out ... More about this title
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