Maximilian Georg

Originally from the Cologne area, Max is a historian by training and profession. On LeipGlo, he occasionally writes about history, politics and music.

“Lolita:” language, immorality and a masterpiece

Contradictions are a challenge our world poses to us, so they need to be dealt with by, among other things, literature.


Review: A second opinion on Elsie and Norm’s Macbeth

In the spirit of giving a forum to as many voices as possible on LeipGlo, we present a different perspective we received on the English Theatre Leipzig's latest production.


Finding traces of a dead East German prince in Egypt


"Mighty columns, giant statues, massive walls, and everything covered with the finest hieroglyphs and reliefs. I was, of course, deeply impressed, and so was Pückler-Muskau, so much so that he left a deep impression on the building, literally..."

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