Monika Maron

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ISBN: 978-3-10-048834-3


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With Photographs by Jonas Maron

When Monika Maron was awarded the German National Prize in 2009 – the anniversary year of the fall of the Berlin Wall – it was above all a political signal. The honours went to a writer and an intellectual who had endorsed, critically accompanied and commented on German reunification from the very outset. Monika Maron is not the type to be co-opted, she raises objections and intervenes, she is uncomfortable when she has to be.
The book Two Brothers compiles Monika Maron’s essays and speeches on German reunification and its consequences, on the state of the unified nation, on questions of the common past and future of East and West.

About Monika Maron

Monika Maron was born in 1941 in Berlin. She has published numerous novels, including: Flugasche, Animal triste, Endmoränen, Ach Glück, Zwischenspiel and Stille Zeile Sechs, as well as several essay volumes and the report Bitterfelder Bogen. She was awarded several prizes, such as the Kleist Prize (1992), the Friedrich Hölderlin Prize Bad Homburg (2003), the Deutschen Nationalpreis (2009) and the Lessing Prize Saxony (2011). In September 2017, she received the Ida-Dehmel Prize for Literature (former winners: Rose, Ausländer, Hilde Domin and Herta Müller)

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