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Wespennest 156 (2009)
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156 (2009)
Dilemma 89


Walter Famler
Günter Franzen
Der Milchmädchenreport
Report from a simple-minded reasoner
Vincenzo Consolo
Das Verschwinden der Glühwürmchen
The disapperance of the fireflies
Franz Josef Czernin
Zur Suche nach der Gauß'schen Gediegenheit
In search of Karl-Markus Gauss's solidity
Reina María Rodríguez
Natalie Deewan
Das pakistanische Bilderbuch. 14 Visitpostkarten
The Pakistani picture book. 14 postcards
Ulf Stolterfoht
stille tage in altaussee
silent days at altaussee
Anne-Marie Kenessey
Tom Schulz

Dilemma 89

Daniela Dahn
Vom Dilemma einer Vergangenheit, die nicht stattfand
The dilemma of a past that never occured
Wolfgang Müller-Funk
Das Jahr 1989 und wie es zu Ende ging. Grenzen damals und heute
Borders then and now. The year 1989 and how it ended
Martin M. Simecka
Lew Rubinstein
Erinnerung an die Vergeltung / Russischer Glamour. Zwei Geschichten
Memories of vengeance / Russian glamour. Two stories

Die Dichter sind natürlich voller Größenwahn ...
Erich Klein im Gespräch mit Tomas Venclova
Of course poets are megalomaniacs ...
Erich Klein in interview with Tomas Venclova
Slavenka Drakulic
Ein Interview mit dem ältesten Hund in Bukarest
An interview with the oldest dog in Bucharest
Georgi Gospodinov
Spuren von Gespenstern in Berlin
Traces of spectres in Berlin
Penka Angelova
Ethnonationalismen in Reformländern
Ethno-nationalisms in CEE reform countries
Martin Hala

wespennest buch

John Heath
Erich Loest: Einmal Exil und zurück / Löwenstadt / Sommergewitter
Thomas Wagner
Matthias Frings: Der letzte Kommunist
Angela Sanmann
Claudia Gabler: Die kleinen Raubtiere unter ihrem Pelz
Alfred Dunshirn
Alfred J. Noll: Kein Anwalt für Antigone!
Matthias Fallenstein
Konstantin Kaiser -- Ohnmacht und Empörung. Schriften 1982-2006
Walter Schübler
Werner Welzig (Hg.): Fackel Schimpfwörterbuch


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Neda Deneva, Constantina Kouneva, Irina Nedeva and Yavor Siderov
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Jürgen Habermas, Michaël Foessel
Critique and communication: Philosophy's missions
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Karl Ove Knausgård
Out to where storytelling does not reach
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