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Poems: the door to the soul?

in Philosophies/Poetry
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What is best when shared? A taxi, food? Words, thoughts, perceptive perspectives. Lito Seizani shares poetic observations with us.

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Countdown2Buchmesse: Tips for budding authors and avid readers

in Leipzig
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“With artists flocking here annually, there are sure to be many authors or writers working in English in their midst, looking for a home and place to promote themselves in Eastern Germany’s famous publishing hub.”

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Buchmesse: Rollin’ with Tumbleweed

in Culture / Entertainment

“This is a comedy, terse, sensual and romantic, with a moving love story underpinning the hero’s adventures.” – opening at Poniatowski on March 19th.

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Review: “German Men Sit Down to Pee”

in Literature/Reviews
No planes, no ships needed – the world cruise can be undertaken in four days, on foot, by bike, by tram to the Leipzig Book Fair.

“By the end of the book, which reads like an article, we learn a great deal but know so little about the men behind the prose.”

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“Lolita:” language, immorality and a masterpiece

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

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Classic books to read for every season

in Literature
No planes, no ships needed – the world cruise can be undertaken in four days, on foot, by bike, by tram to the Leipzig Book Fair.

I love the books I read to reflect the season I’m in.

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