German Literature Month – Week II Links

This was another great week for German Literature Month

Let me know if I missed a link.

Unformed Landscape by Peter Stamm (Tony’s Reading List)

The Cow by Beat Sterchi (Farm Lane Books)

One Hundred Days by Lukas Bärfuss (Lizzy’s Literary Life)

German Literature Month (and then she read)

The Royal Game by Stefan Zweig (Tabula Rasa)

The Sorrows of Young Werther (Still Life With Books)

A Happy Man by Hansjörg Schertenleib (Beauty is a Sleeping Cat)

Jakob von Gunten  by Robert Walser (Vapour Trails)

Sea of Ink by Richard Weihe (Iris on Books)

Reckless by Cornelia Funke (and then she read)

Bernhard Schlink Week (Reader in the Wilderness)

L’adultera by Theodor Fontane (Tony’s Reading List)

My Prizes by Thomas Bernhard (in lieu of a field guide)

The Land of Green Plums by Herta Müller (Vishy’s Blog)

Introduction GLM (Curious Incidents in the North East)

On the Edge by Markus Werner (Lizzy’s Literary Life)

Burning Secret by Stefan Zweig (everybookhasasoul)

Death in Venice by Thomas Mann (Sightly Cutural, Most Toughtful and Inevitably Irrelevant)

The Murder Farm by Andrea Maria Schenkel (A Hot Cup of Pleasure)

Eckbert the Fair by Ludwig Tiek (A Work in Progress)

Summer Lies by Bernhard Schlink (Winstonsdad’s Blog)

The Land of Green Plums by Herta Müller (Tony’s Reading List)

Summer Lies by Bernhard Schlink (Reader in the Wilderness)

Schnitzler’s Short Fiction (Wuthering Expectations)

The Post Office Girl by Stefan Zweig (The Little Reader Library)

Love Virtually by Daniel Glattauer (Leeswamme’s Blog)

The Piano Teacher by Elfriede Jelinek (A Fiction Habit)

Summer Lies by Berhard Schlink (Lizzy’s Literaray Life)

The Weekend by Bernhard Schlink (Beauty is a Sleeping Cat)

The Dead Are Silent by Arthur Schnitzler (Wuthering Expectations)

German Stories from Best European Fiction 2012 (The Reading Life)

Effi Briest by Theodor Fontane (Still Life With Books)

Loving Rilke (Tales From the Reading Room)

This Wednesday is Wunderbar (Lizzy’s Literary Life)

The Collinin Case by Ferdinand von Schirach (A Book Sanctuary)

The Beggar Woman of Locarno by Heinrich von Kleist (The Reading Life)

Here is a great resource which Mel U (The Reading Life) sent me yesterday. It has a lot of online stories, in English and German, mostly from the Rom

42 thoughts on “German Literature Month – Week II Links

  1. Sooo many good links here, I completely love exploring them! Great project! Today I have googled some German Science Fiction, and I’m preparing for the genre week =)

  2. Thanks for the link Caroline – I’m a bit out of the loop but delighted to see another German literature month – I look forward to catching up on these reviews and no doubt adding to my TBR list!

  3. An impressive list! I was thinking I didn’t have anything to share, but I forgot about my short story reading! 🙂 This weekend I’ll be reading Undine–it’s a bit longer than the last so will have to start tonight I think. Are you reading only German-language books this month?

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