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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.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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

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Mirror Images and Haunted Houses

Alfred Brendel

The pianist as poet: Alfred Brendel's verse, both funny and grotesque, delightfully spans sense and nonsense.

The Coughers of Cologne have achieved immortality through Alfred Brendel's poetry. But the annual conference of Ambivalists ...

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Three Cantonese and a Double-Bass

Luis Murschetz

Three Cantonese with a double-bass?...fair enough. But who are the Throw Cantonose and the Through Cantonoose? Well, it doesn't matter. Busy people who always lug a heavy double-bass around. Or is it a deeble-bees? Something like that anyway. ...

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