German Literature Month – Week III Links

The enthusiasm for  German Literature Month is still amazing.

I think I’ve added all the links but let me know if one has escaped my attention.

Schnitzler’s Substitue for the Talking Cure (Wutherin Expectations)

Meet the Translator Sally-Ann Spencer (Lizzy’s Literary Life)

Hotel Savoy by Joseph Roth (Tony’s Reading List)

Schlink Week – Links (Reader in the Wilderness)

A Schlink Link – A Key to Understanding (Reader in the Wilderness)

Night Games – Schnitzler Stretches Out (Wuthering Expectations)

Tell me What You See by Zoran Drvenkar (Beauty is a Sleeping Cat)

The Dream Story by Arthur Schnitzler (Wuthering Expectations)

The Swarm by Frank Schätzing and The Sweetness of Life by Paulus Hochgatterer (Farm Lane Books)

Summerhouse, Later by Judith Hermann (Tony’s Reading List)

Seven Years by Peter Stamm (Tony’s Book World)

Tell Me What You See by Zoran Drvenkar (Vishy’s Blog)

Talking of Romance… (Lizzy’s Literary Life)

Being German, Writing Fiction and the Holocaust (Reader in the Wilderness)

Final Words About Bernhard Schlink Week (Reader in the Wilderness)

Fräulein Else by Arthur Schnitzler (A Work in Progress)

Man of Straw by Heinrich Mann (His Futile Preoccupations)

Grimm’s Fairy Tales Day by Day (Read, Ramble)

Bunker by Andrea Maria Schenkel (Beauty is a Sleeping Cat)

Love Virtually by Daniel Glattauer (The Little Reader Library)

The Collini Case by Ferdinand von Schirach (Vishy’s Blog)

Winters in the South by Norbert Gstrein (Winstonsdad’s Blog)

Mesmerized by Allissa Walser (50 Year Project)

Der Elfenbeinturm by Herbert W. Franke (Slightly Cultural, Most Thoughtful and Inevitably Irrelevant)

The Poetry of Trakl (Wuthering Expectations)

Zbinden’s Progress by Christoph Simon (everybookhasasoul)

This Wednesday is Wunderbar (Lizzy’s Literary Life)

Salzburg in Trakl’s Poems (Wuthering Expectations)

 All Roads Lead to Berlin (Tony’s Reading List) 

22 thoughts on “German Literature Month – Week III Links

  1. Thanks for the links, Caroline! There are so many wonderful reviews and posts to catch up on! German Literature Month rocks 🙂 I finished reading Peter Stamm’s ‘Unformed Landscape’ yesterday and loved it! I am still reading my favourite passages from it today morning – he is so awesome! Can’t wait to read his next book.

  2. I’m so glad you two hosted again this year. I spied some novels at the library for next year. I won’t be doing too many reading challenges next year, but I will include this one and the two hosted by Carl. I get the most out of these events.

  3. I’ve just posted on Schnitzler’s Dream Story today, so hopefully I could make it into this round-up. Such a successful German Literature Month! And so many posts I’d like to read….

  4. I think that creating a list of all the links in one easy to access post is a great way to do this! I’m considering following your example for the Japanese Literature Challenge next year. Only, I’m wondering if it’s a bit tricky to keep track of everyone?!

    Hopefully, should you run a German reading month again, I’ll set aside time for that beforehand.

    • It is tricky to keep track. For Dickens in December I’ll add all the participants in a new google reader and still, the one or the othe rhas escaed my attention.
      I suppose participants are very glad, indeed. I’ve noticed that people really visit other’s blogs because of that.
      In a year or so there may be another one. You would be more that welcome.

  5. Thank you so much for hosting this and collating all the posts. There are many here that I haven’t yet explored and it’s great having them all in one place. I’ve so enjoyed reading everyone’s reviews and thoughts.

  6. Once again an amazing list. I’m noting down some of the titles that are new to me and it looks as though there will be lots to explore! Thanks for linking–I know how much work this is!

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