Dirk Kurbjuweit: "Die Freiheit der Emma Herwegh"
Dirk Kurbjuweit, born in 1962 in Wiesbaden, is deputy editor-in-chief of Spiegel magazine. Several of his novels have been adapted for the cinema. His most recent non-fiction book published by Hanser was No Way Out? Merkel, the Germans, and the End of Politics (2014). His latest novel Fear (2013) was a huge success with critics and audiences.
A strong female protagonist who shares more than her first name with Madame Bovary.
When Emma, a young woman from a good home, marries the revolutionary poet Georg Herwegh, she only ...
Angela Merkel has been governing
Germany for nine years. She still has
two more years left in the Chancellery,
that much is certain, but she could
just as well call it her ...
Private detective Arthur Koenen's most difficult case: he must find out if the chairman of a major political party is having an affair. A spellbinding novel about three people entangled in a web ...
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