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Der König verneigt sich und tötet (The King Bows and Kills) is an essay book in German by Nobel Prize-winning author Herta Müller. It was first published in 2003. Translations in Polish and Swedish were published in 2005
Der König verneigt sich und tötet (The King Bows and Kills) is an essay book in German by Nobel Prize-winning author Herta Müller. Translations in Polish and Swedish were published in 2005. Following her 2009 Nobel Prize win, interest in her books rose dramatically, and her publisher announced a translation to English was being considered. Müller, Herta (2003) Der König verneigt sich und tötet München: Hanser; 208p. ISBN 978-3-596-17534-5.
Herta Müller (born 17 August 1953) is a Romanian-born German novelist, poet, essayist and recipient of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Hunger und Seide book. Herta Müller shows the terror of normality which can lead to uniformized thinking the same in Ceauşescu's Romania, Jugoslavia or reunificated Germany
Hunger und Seide book. Herta Müller shows the terror of normality which can lead to uniformized thinking the same in Ceauşescu's Romania, Jugoslavia or reunificated Germany. Herta wrote how important for the auhorities is control of sexuality and woman's body and how the fear can make people mad and at the same time make people riot against authorities.
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An early masterpiece from the winner of the Nobel Prize hailed as the laureate of life under totalitarianism. Just as the father in the house in which we live is our father, so Comrade Nicolae Ceausescu is the father of our country
An early masterpiece from the winner of the Nobel Prize hailed as the laureate of life under totalitarianism. Romania-the last months of the Ceausescu regime. Just as the father in the house in which we live is our father, so Comrade Nicolae Ceausescu is the father of our country. And just as the mother in the house in which we live is our mother, so Comrade Elena Ceausescu is the mother of our country.
Hunger und Seide is a book of essays by Nobel Prize-winning author Herta Müller. It was first published in 1995. This article about an essay or essay collection is a stub. Encyclopedia Article. Nobel Prize in Literature, Nicolae Ceaușescu, Transylvania, Thomas Mann, World War II.
Helen Dunmore acclaims Herta Müller's remarkable tale of suffering and survival. As Müller says in her afterword to The Hunger Angel: "The deportations were a taboo subject because they recalled Romania's fascist past. More than 50 years later, she began to challenge this enforced silence by talking to former deportees from her own village, and through lengthy conversations with the poet Oskar Pastior about his years in a Soviet forced-labour camp.
Herta Müllers Essays aus den Jahren von 1990 bis 1995 spiegeln unmittelbar den Zusammenbruch des Sozialismus, die soeben vollzogene deutsche Wiedervereinigung und das Entstehen neuer kurzlebiger Utopien. Wenn Herta Müller scharfsichtig. Wenn Herta Müller scharfsichtig über weltweite Migration schreibt und über rechtsradikale Gewalt im Deutschland der frühen 1990er Jahre, hat ihr Buch höchste Aktualität. Wahrheit und Lüge, Aufrichtigkeit und Betrug, Macht und Widerstand in der rumänischen Diktatur - und in allen Diktaturen -, das sind die großen Themen der mit dem Literaturnobelpreis ausgezeichneten Autorin.
A masterful new novel from the winner of the 2009 Nobel Prize, hailed for depicting the "landscape of the dispossessed" with the concentration of poetry and the frankness of prose (Nobel Prize Committee). It was an icy morning in January 1945 when the patrol came for seventeen-year-old Leo Auberg to deport him to a camp in the Soviet Union. In her new novel, Nobel laureate Herta Müller calls upon her unique combination of poetic intensity and dispassionate precision to conjure the distorted world of the labor camp in all its physical and moral absurdity.
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Author: Herta Müller
Publisher: Rowohlt Tb. (March 1, 1997)
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