The first volume of Peter Kurzeck's great autobiographical and poetic chronicle in 12 volumes: the opening of a colossal literary project which portrays the city of Frankfurt and Germany in the early 1980s. A must read, often compared to Proust, Joyce, and Döblin.
The semi-autobiographical account of the life of a young German in the 1960s, between Germany, Israel, and The United States. First translation of philosopher Reiner Schürmann's only literary work, originally published in French in 1976.
Alternately compared to Joyce, Proust, and Döblin, German writer
Peter Kurzeck is nonetheless underestimated. Dedicated to Kurzeck's childhood, this autobiographical publication restores the seductive magic of Frankfurt in the late 1950s, through a reflection on the poetic force of memory. The original narrative was released in 2007 as a German audio-book.
Painter Gerhard Richter and filmmaker and writer Alexander Kluge composed a collection of 39 stories in connection with the history of the 20th century and the month of December, illustrated with 39 photographs.