Another amazing week for German Literature Month. The final wrap up post is due in a week or so as Lizzy has decided to extend the month.
All those of you still want to contribute or finish a book, feel free to do so and join her. There will be a final wrap-up post and a link list next week as well.
Undine by Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué (A Work in Progress)
Grimm Readathon 2012: Meet me at Hanau (Lizzy’s Literary Life)
No Place on Earth by Christa Wolf (Tony’s Reading List)
Unformed Landscape by Peter Stamm (Vishy’s Blog)
Dream Story by Arthur Schnitzler (Tales from the Reading Room)
The Story of the Hard Nut by E.T.A. Hoffmann (The Reading Life)
Grimm Readathon from Hauna to Kassel (Lizzy’s Literary Life)
My First Wife by Jakob Wassermann (Gaskella)
Demian by Hermann Hesse (Babbling Books)
Grimm Readathon: From kassel to Fürstenberg (Lizzy’s Literary Life)
Brenner and God by Wolf Haas (His Futile Preoccupations)
Ich sehe was, was Du nicht siehst by Birgit Vanderbeke (Tony’s Reading List)
The Weekend by Berhard Schlink (Vishy’s Blog)
Grimm Readathon: From Fürstenberg to Bremen (Lizzy’s Literary Life)
The Tale of the Honest Caspar and Fair Annie by Clemens Brentano (A Work in Progress)
Crime & Guilt by Ferdinand von Schirach (A Fiction Habit)
After Midnight by Irmgard Keun (chasing bawa)
Berlin Alexanderplatz by Alfred Döblin (Tony’s Reading List)
Grimm Readathon 2012 Meets Book Week Scotland (Lizzy’s Literary Life)
Wonderful, Wonderful Times by Elfriede Jelinek (St. Orberose)
Schnitzler and Stoppard collaborate (Wuthering Expectations)
Forbidden – Ostracized – Banned German Women Writers Under National Socialism (Beauty is a Sleeping Cat)
The Hunger Angel by Herta Müller (Winstonsdad’s Blog)
Amerika by Franz Kafka (A Hot Cup of Pleasure)
Sci-Fi Stories by German Authors (Slightly Cultural, Most Thoughtful and Inevitably Irrelevant)
The Pharmacist by Ingrid Noll (A Work in Progress)
Another Schnitzler – Stoppard Play (Wuthering Expectations)
Siddharta by Hermann Hesse (Tabula Rasa)
The Gordian Knot by Bernhard Schlink (Winstonsdad’s Blog)
This Wednesday is Wunderbar GLM extension (Lizzy’s Literary Life)
The Reader by Bernard Schlink (Iris on Books)
30 thoughts on “German Literature Month – Week IV Links”
Ooh, Kafka – I had missed that one.
I think she posted it yesterday. The last two days were very busy.
Thanks for the post and the links, Caroline! Have a lot of reviews to catch up on! German Literature month continues to rock! Can I ‘cheat’ and read more German books after Nov 30? 🙂
You mean you would like to follow Lizzy’s German Literature Year idea. 🙂
Ha, ha, ha! I was thinking that I would continue to read some of the books which I couldn’t finish this month. After seeing Lizzy’s post, I thought I have an excuse now 🙂
Yes, it looks as if. 😉
I had such high ambitions, and yet my only German lit month post is January 2013….doh! http://curious-sloth.blogspot.com/2013/01/die-verlorene-ehre-der-katharina-blum.html I don’t know how you guys manage it!
Thanks a lot for the review.
We will probabaly do it again next November.
That leaves you some time for planning.
German Literature Year – now there’s a really, really brilliant idea ….. 🙂
I’ll be publishing my final post tomorrow – a nice, light-hearted one to finish the month (in which we all take another trip on the bus!).
Ah…that’s going to be fun.
Thanks for the links. It is amazing as to how many participated!
And it’s not over yet, there is still the readalong and some posts were published today and Lizzy extended another week. 🙂 I’m off though… Dickens is calling me.
thanks for do it again I may do couple more then leave rest for next time,thank for mentions as well ,all the best stu
Thanks you for so many reviews, Stu. I’ll still have to read some. And, yes, there is always next year.
Sorry that I only recently found out about this. I’ll throw in a quick post on Goethe’s Conversations with German Refugees and hope to catch it earlier next year!
Thanks, that quite OK.
I’m so glad this got extended, because you may have noticed I haven’t posted anything all month – I’ve been so busy that I’ve managed to read some stuff but not to write about it. So here is my first post for German Literature Month, two days late: http://wp.me/p1gPfH-dP (on Dürrenmatt’s “Justiz”). I hope to post something on Stefan Zweig’s “Angst” later this week as well.
Great, Bettina and it’s not even too late thanks to Lizzy’s extension.
Thanks again for organizing this and for all the links–I know how much work it is to compile such a list! Now you must be having a big sigh of relief that it is finished–I am still going to be reading a few German language authors this month, so it is carrying over into December for me! 🙂
I must admit I would be relieved but Dickens in the December might be even busier. So many poeple have signed up and still sign up daily. Thanks so much for participating, Danielle.
This must have become such a great resource for anyone interested in German literature now. Congratulations to all the participants and huge thanks to you and Lizzie for having organised all this!
Thanks to you for participating. Yes, It’s a great resource, I agree.
Thanks for the extension! That gave me some time to finish The Life And Opinions Of the Tomcat Murr (http://irrelevant-scribble.blogspot.cz/2012/12/the-life-and-opinions-of-tomcat-murr-by.html), which I totally enjoyed and which brings me to 4 (very diverse!) German books for the month! Woo-hoo! I enjoyed the event very much, thanks again to you and Lizzy for organizing this!
Thanks, Arenel. I’m still compilig the final linsk, there have been quite a few. I’m glad you liked the book. I like the author a lot. Thanks for joining us.
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