9 August 2009


Willing Davidson (The New Yorker): Are there German writers whose work should better be known in Germany?

Maxim Biller: There´s Robert Schindel, the Jewish Viennese writer, who wrote a marvellous novel, 'Gebürtig', a story full of weird and fascinating Jewish and German characters; and Jörg Fauser, a journalist and writer who learned more from F. Scott Fitzgerald than from Thomas Mann.

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