Taylorian Institution © Henrike Lähnemann
1941 plante Stefan Zweig, wie wir aus einem seiner Briefe wissen, „eine kleine abseitige Novelle“.
he thirteen stories of Michael Krüger’s The God behind the Window capture the poignancy and cynicism of late life through tales of misanthropic old men full of the mixture of wisdom and mela
The Poetry Book Society Recommended Translation for Summer 2018
Franz Kafka (1883–1924) lived through one of the most turbulent periods in modern history, witnessing a world war, the dissolution of an empire and the foundation of a new nation state.
Grimm is a new pamphlet of poetry from Ulrike Almut Sandig, translated by Karen Leeder.
The Sermon von Ablass und Gnade (Sermon on Indulgences and Grace) is a seminal text for the Reformation: it is the first vernacular statement of Luther’s views on the question which led to his brea
This is the first complete edition of the poetic correspondence between Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) and the Viennese author Erika Mitterer (1906-2001).
Breviaries, books of standard religious readings for particular denominations, are a familiar genre with a long pedigree.
The poems of Ulrike Almut Sandig are at once simple and fantastic.
This volume is the first to address the culture of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) as a historical entity, but also to trace the afterlife of East Germany in the decades since the fall of the