All participants are invited to an evening reception at the Schlüterhof of the Deutsches Historisches Museum.
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Reading and talk with Daniel Kehlmann

Author Daniel Kehlmann will read from his latest Novel: Tyll.

Daniel Kehlmann was born in Munich in 1975, and has received many prizes and accolades for his work. These include the Candide Prize, the WELT Literature Prize, the Per Olov Enquist Prize, the Kleist Prize and the Thomas Mann Prize. His book Measuring the World is one of the most successful post-war German novels. He currently teaches at New York University and is a fellow of the Cullman Center for Writers and Scholars of the New York Public Library.

(Simultaneous translation into English and French will be provided.)
(Portrait © by Beowulf Sheehan)