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Hans-Harald Müller

Hans-Harald Müller was born 1943 in Hamburg where he teaches literature at the University of Hamburg. He has held visiting professorships in Germany and abroad and is the author of several books as well as editor of the works of Leo Perutz.

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Between nine and nine

Between nine and nine

An insane nightmare, a crazy day: in Leo Perutz’s novel, the fugitive student Stanislaus Demba is sent hurtling through Vienna.

One evening, Stanislaus Demba learns that his beloved ...

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Little Apple

Little Apple

It is the end of the First World War, and a time of ghosts: former officer Georg Vittorin cannot forget the humiliations he endured at the hands of camp commander Seljukow.

Vienna ...

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Leo Perutz

Leo Perutz

Prague, Vienna, Tel Aviv – these were the life stations of the great novelist Leo Perutz who died fifty years ago. In his biography, Hans-Harald Müller honours a representative of the "old", ...

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Saint Peter's Snow

Saint Peter's Snow

After a serious head injury, Dr Friedrich Amberg, the local doctor of a remote Westphalian village in the 1930s, regains consciousness, unable to remember the events of the last five weeks. ...

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Master of the Day of Judgment

Master of the Day of Judgment

A mysterious series of deaths shocks Viennese society. In quick succession, the death of a young officer investigating, in turn, the death of his brother, is followed by that of an aging actor ...

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The Marquis de Bolibar

The Marquis de Bolibar

Winter 1812, the Spanish campaign: In the Andalusian town of La Bisbal, two German regiments supporting Napoleon are destroyed by the Spanish insurgents. Only Lieutenant von Jochberg survives the ...

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The Swedish Cavalier

The Swedish Cavalier

"If German literature ever brought forth a brilliant stylist, a most wonderful and almost infallible stylist, surpassing Keller, Fontane, Kafka, and, in a way, even Goethe, then it must be Leo ...

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Hans-Harald Müller

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Bibliographie

Im Paul Zsolnay Verlag ist erschienen
2007 Leo Perutz. Biographie

Weitere Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl)
1986 Der Krieg und die Schriftsteller
2006 Ungeheuer Brecht - Eine Biographie seines Werks