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Broadsheets

Broadsheets

Broadsheets (Einblattdrucke) are pages-printed on one side, with which the content, text and picture, is an entirity. The dimensions are 26 x 17 cm; edition of 50 signed by both the artist and author. Since the 15th century they have served as a quick form of spreading information about current events or news. They are the predecessor to the newspaper. Broadsheets were relevant up to the 18th century in all areas of life, whether it be politics, war, law, and also for the extraordinary and sensational news. The first print of the American Declaration of Independence in German was a broadsheet (German History Museum). These culturally important historical broadsheets are treasures and in their rarity have a high collector value.

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In 1916 Juan Ramón Jiménez undertook a sea voyage from Cádiz to New York to marry Zenobia Camprubí, with which he had been in a relationship for three years. Zenobia would today be called a “strong woman” – in Spain she has been an icon for feminists for some time. Educated and enterprising, she also supported her husband, whose literary interests she shared. In his lyrical diary Juan Ramón Jiménez tells of his long journey, of his late setting out from the world of his Andalusian childhood, of his impressions in the New World, of longing and union.  ree themes – the sea, love and America – are artfully interwoven in this book. 

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Manfred Giesler, theatreman and philosopher, has for years been discussing the character and work of the Dominican Giordano Bruno from Nola. The first play, Bruder Bruno., is the result of this effort. A chronological survey of his life, creative works, and failure at the end of the 16th century.

The second play is the translation and edit of a comedy by Giardano Bruno, Il Candelaio. (Released in 1582 and never staged in Germany.) In a sweeping blow of vicious mockery and dripping with derision, Bruno attacks everything that was and remains...

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„The lines of life are different/ like paths are and the borders of mountains,“ wrote the older Hölderlin. The new volume Lebenslinien by Karl Corino takes up these verses to pull, on the occasion of his 75th birthday, from his lyrical oeuvre up until now, printed and not printed, although foremost from the volumes Tür-Stürze, In Bebons Tal. Neue Bilder aus Bebenhausen, Vademecum. Balladen über die Jugend in einer kleinen Stadt and Falltüren des Himmels. Eine kleine Vogelkunde.

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These Bisquitcrumbs are 77 literary miniatures or micro-novels;—so short that they could barely be shorter and yet still say everything. Without being shy, they tell—sometimes humorously, sometimes wittily, sometimes sadly, sometimes romantically, sometimes ironically, sometimes sarcastically, sometimes vulgarly, sometimes murderously (etc.)—of imaginable and unimaginable possibilities and impossibilities in conceivable and inconceivable ways. The illustrated vignettes are pen-and-ink drawings by Horst Hussel.

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The narrator turns her back on Berlin and the hectic throb of the big city for a summer, in order to recharge and reconnect with herself in the seclusion of a Greek mountain village.

For the first little while she passes the time silently on a terrace. A terrace on the hillside, looking out over the great expanse of the ocean. She lives surrounded by insects and other animals that eventually become her friends. She takes time to experience changes in light and transformations of the sea, to take notice of the hidden and inconspicuous things in her environment, the glimmer of what lies concealed.

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A Kafkaesque Memoir is that rarity in the psychological literature: a patient’s account of the complete arc of his own psychoanalysis from first session to last. It is the memoir of a literature professor who walks into a psychotherapist’s office one day seeking a quick hypnotherapy fix for a driving phobia and ends up staying for a nine-year Jungian analysis that fundamentally transforms him. Looking back on his recently completed analysis, the professor recreates his near-decade-long conversation with his analyst, a dialogue that gradually... 

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