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My Grandfather’s Knife: Nazi history told through five objects

Berlin-based historian Joseph Pearson has written a book which looks at the history of Nazism and World […]

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What to read this month: July 2022

Expressionist prose works, a feminist tale of 16th century isolation and an apocalyptic garden gnome make our […]

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Rediscovering Audre Lorde

Since the release of Audre Lorde – The Berlin Years 1984-1992 back in 2012, her brand of […]

The Seaplane on Final Approach

Rebecca Rukeyser on sleaze, desire and performing Americanness

We spoke with US author Rebecca Rukeyser about her debut novel, The Seaplane on Final Approach, and […]

My Berlin

The Panke: Paul Scraton on his love for one of Berlin’s lesser known waterways

Author Paul Scraton on the Panke, the narrow, shallow river that has become his constant companion.

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On the shore: Why Kafka makes the perfect holiday read

For this “feral girl summer”, Alexander Wells suggests a beach read from off the beaten path.

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