Reactionary or revolutionary? Ingo Schulze meets Robert Habeck

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Reactionary or revolutionary? Ingo Schulze meets Robert Habeck


Is Dresden-based antiquarian bookseller Paulini a tragic figure or a criminal? Ingo Schulze’s novel Die rechtschaffenen Mörder [“The Righteous Murderer”] is a powerful tale about irreconcilable discussions, a divided Germany and the power of literature. It asks the question: How can a well-read person become a right-wing criminal? Schulze meets the co-chair of the Green party in Germany, Robert Habeck, who is also an author. They will speak about literature, Germany and fragile democracy.
Host: Bettina Böttinger

  • Friday 20 March

    Friday
    20. March 2020
    18:00

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Mitwirkende

Bettina Böttinger

Bettina Böttinger, born in 1956, works as a television presenter and …

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Ingo Schulze

Ingo Schulze was born in Dresden in 1962 and lives in Berlin. His…

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Robert Habeck

Born in Lübeck in 1969, Robert Habeck is a politician and author. He …

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Books

Die rechtschaffenen Mörder

Die rechtschaffenen Mörder

Ingo Schulze

S. Fischer

978-3-10-390001-9

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Wer wir sein könnten

Wer wir sein könnten

Robert Habeck

Kiepenheuer & Witsch

978-3-462-05426-2

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