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Friederike Barakat, Anne Brans, Stefanie Eckl & Annette Lechner

Foreign Rights Service 2014 Spring

Foreign Rights Service 2013 Autumn

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  • Armin Thurnher

    Home Defeat

    The political turn of events in Austria put an end to the all-embracing, suffocating harmony of Social/Christian Democratic coalition and social partnership. However, the final breaking up of ... More about this title

  • Ilija Trojanow

    On the River Banks of India

    The River Ganges, called Ganga by the Indians, has a thousand names. Hindu priests regard it as a sin simply to call it a river. It is the source of the world, its water holy and healing and ... More about this title

  • Ilija Trojanow

    The Collector of Worlds

    British officer Sir Richard Burton (1821-1890), hero of Ilija Trojanow's novel, is one of the strangest characters in a century rich in eccentrics: rejecting the comforts of 19th century colonial ... More about this title

  • Ilija Trojanow

    The Raging Globe

    Bulgaria-born, raised in Africa, educated in Germany, Ilija Trojanow lives now, after long sojourns in Arabia, Africa and India, in the Austrian capital of Vienna. His only home is the German ... More about this title

  • Ilija Trojanow

    Where Orpheus Lies Buried

    Ilija Trojanow and Christian Muhrbeck have travelled the length and breadth of the Balkans for years, exploring the region’s varied facets, from its archaic culture through the blood-soaked ... More about this title

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