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A celebration of the lost world of Prague’s rich but doomed German-language literary life.
Vladimir Nabokov's gay brother lives out the final days of the Third Reich in Berlin, writing his life story. Sounds like a great premise for a novel, right?
A Greek theater company’s production depicting Kafka’s year in Berlin reflects back on a time of financial collapse and growing menace that is frighteningly reminiscent of Europe today.
The mystery at the heart of Jürgen Fauth’s debut novel Kino extends from the smoke-filled cabarets of Weimar Berlin and the era’s legendary silent films to
“ …the technology of the night, modernity pressed in the service of poetry, culling images from dreams and rendering them visible as if by the light of the
A river flowing between the symbolic, the real and the indeterminate space between them
Writers from Germany to Bulgaria take a literary boat trip down the Danube and attempt to explore issues of European identity, the chaotic state of the world and the
The Beauty of Transgression is a vivid remembrance of Berlin's gritty, loud last decades of the 20th century, and a meditation on where the city's unique sensibility is
If you look up Arthur Koestler in the Encyclopedia Britannica you will learn that he was a “Hungarian-born British novelist, journalist, and critic, best known for his novel
Literature Night 2011 on May 11 to provide a massive dose of Czech and international literature across Europe