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Goethe-Institut AUS Apr 8
This year's features three events with German author , whose visit is supported by . Secure your tickets now!
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Jason Donald 10 Aug 17
I'm at 20th Aug with . Discussing how host nations treat the dispossessed. Interested?
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Foyles Bookshop 10 Aug 16
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kristin shaw 14 Sep 15
Another gem from worth devouring.
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WorldLiteratureToday Jun 30
“Ever since 1989, there has been a border between the two halves of my life: a border made of time. Without this experience of transition, from one world to a very other one, I probably never would have started writing.” – Jenny Erpenbeck
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Eleanor Wachtel 4 Oct 15
This aft Germany's Her novels are extraordinary -for their depth and concision, grief and compassion.
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Jason Donald 19 Aug 17
Sharing a book event tomorrow at 7pm with . Her new book is exceptional!
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Shivanee Ramlochan 19 Feb 18
She's right. I just read a sentence and felt it act on me like a hairline cut. Something inside me is welling without even knowing it was nicked. Erpenbeck is as steady, sharp as a surgeon in a trench with 100 or 1 lives to save.
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Erika Wolfe 16 Mar 18
“Someone who builds something is affixing his life to the earth. Embodying the act of staying put is his profession. Creating an interior. Digging deeper and deeper in a place where there is nothing.” -Visitation,
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Dina Aloi Feb 20
Couldn’t put down, , by , long-listed for Booker Prize, it draws you into the current plight of refugees in , shows you how people can be so smart and know so little, and makes you want to open your mind and heart.
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GCU Six of Seven 18 Mar 18
Replying to @asyndetic
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Sydney Writers' Festival Mar 14
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Amalia Gavea Oct 20
What if we had the chance to live again? This is the background of Jenny Erpenbeck’s haunting novel in a soulful translation by Susan Bernofsky.
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rosie goldsmith 24 Jul 17
Dear you may know me & our ? Might I please ask for review copy of ?
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Dr Catherine Smale 7 Oct 15
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Terry Farish 3 Dec 17
"Must living in peace...inevitably result in refusing to share it with those who seek refuge, defending it instead so aggressively that it almost looks like war."
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Paul Devlin 15 Jan 17
Read 2 of 's Five for adults books today - fun! Now starting 's Visitation - not fun!
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Pam Nelson Dec 21
‘Where can a person go when he doesn’t know where to go?’ Thanks you & Susan Bernofsky @tranlationista for this gorgeous book. This one will stay with me.
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Boston Athenaeum 8 Mar 18
In reply to challenge, the Athenæum thinks people can easily name for we’ll start things off. Guess which speaks this evening at the Athenæum.
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Sonja Griegoschewski Dec 21
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