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
20. March 2020
Pre Pre sale price (fees excluded) 16–30 €
Eve Evening fund price 20–36 €
Red. Reduced price 14–27 €