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welcome to the Foreign Rights page of Carl Hanser Verlag. Please see below for information on the authors and titles to which we control world rights. You can also download our latest Foreign Rights Catalogues. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in translation rights or if you wish to receive a reading copy.

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your Foreign Rights team
Friederike Barakat, Anne Brans, Chiara Gardella, Claudia Horzella & Annette Lechner

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Spring 2019

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Louisiana Story

Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Andreas Thalmayr

Grinning alligators, sweaty jazz cellars, and in their midst, a young German intellectual. This is what Louisiana might have looked like to the 28-year-old Hans Magnus Enzensberger when he travelled there as a reporter in 1957. There he wrote a ...

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From Mark Twain’s Adam’s Diary

Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Mark Twain, Andreas Thalmayr

A man and a woman; a tree, an apple and a snake. Everyone knows the story of Adam and Eve. Now Andreas Thalmayr tells us what really happened in the Garden of Eden. Following in the footsteps of Mark Twain’s legendary idea, Thalmayr dives ...

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Writing for Eternal Beginners

Andreas Thalmayr

Many people want to write books, and guides for budding writers are even more plentiful. But how do you find your way into the book market? This question can only be answered by an outsider: in this case, the literature expert Andreas Thalmayr, ...

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From Bad to Verse

Andreas Thalmayr

The book for all those who think that poetry is not for them. Because poems are everywhere, even within us.
And they can be fun, too! Everybody knows some poems. Our minds teem with verses: from nursery rhymes,
songs, advertisements ...

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From Bad to Verse

Andreas Thalmayr

Everybody knows some poems. Our minds teem with verses: from nursery rhymes, songs, advertisements and God knows where. So where does the widespread dislike of poetry originate? Is it the teachers who banish the joy of dancing words? Or are the ...

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Worldwide Anne Brans
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