Juli Zeh

Germany

Monday 8 June 2009 at 20:00 The Queen's Hall

International Authors’ Stage

The International Authors’ Stage is presenting a number of Germany’s foremost and internationally most acclaimed authors: Günter Grass, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Siegfried Lenz and Juli Zeh.

This year it will be 20 years since the wall between East and West Germany came down. The four authors are each in their own way part of the dramatic history surrounding the partition of Germany in 1949 and the fall of the wall in 1989. By virtue of their literary works and sociopolitical commitment, they have contributed to a discussion about art, culture and politics extending far beyond the borders of Germany. During the spring the authors will visit the Royal Library, where an audience can experience them talking about their authorship, and there will be readings from their current books.

In conversation with the journalist Marc-Christoph Wagner, Juli Zeh will talk about her authorship on the basis of the German reality she grew up in.

INTERVIEWER: Marc-Cristoph Wagner

 

 
Standard  DKK 65
Students DKK 30
Diamond club DKK 40

Tickets at the reception desk in the Diamond or at BILLETnet

The event takes place in German

Restaurant søren k will be serving a glass of wine after the event.

In co-operation with Goethe-Institut Dänemark

Acknowledgements:

The conversation will be recorded by DR TV