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  • Art for No One 1933-1945/Kunst für Keinen 1933-1945

    Between 1933 and 1945, artistic creativity within the German Reich was almost totally under the control of the National Sociali…

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  • Megan E. O’Neil: The Maya. Lost Civilizations

    The Maya reveals how this ancient civilization – its buildings, ideas, objects and identities – has been perceived, portrayed and…

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  • Herfried Münkler: Marx, Wagner, Nietsche. Welt im Umbruch

    Marx, Wagner, Nietzsche – diese drei Denker haben das 19. wie das 20. Jahrhundert tief beeinflusst. Als Zeitgenossen, die sich…

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  • Matthew Gabriele & David M. Perry: The Bright Ages A New History of Medieval Europe

    The word “medieval” conjures images of the “Dark Ages”—centuries of ignorance, superstition, stasis, savagery, and poor hygiene. But the myth…

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  • Juan del Val: Delparaíso

    Juan del Val se consagra como uno de los novelistas con más talento del panorama literario actual. Delparaíso es un…

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  • Andreas Kappeler: Ungleiche Brüder. Russen und Ukrainer vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart

    Russen und Ukrainer bezeichnen sich seit Jahrhunderten als Brudervölker, wobei sich die Russen in der Rolle des großen Bruders sehen.…

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  • Jessikka Aro: Putins troll. Sanna berättelser från fronten i Rysslands informationskrig

    I Kremls krig mot civila på internet är alla medel tillåtna. Varje kritisk röst räknas som en fiende och när…

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  • Julian Barnes nya roman Elizabeth Finch – nu både på engelska och svenska

    Bokförlaget Bakhåll berättar: Barnes nya roman är en lika hemlighetsfullt berättad bladvändare som hans kanske mest kända bok Känslan av…

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  • Vladislav Davidzon: From Odessa With Love. Political and Literary Essays in Post-Soviet Ukraine

    The Tashkent-born Russian-American literary critic, editor, essayist, and journalist Vladislav Davidzon has been covering post-Soviet Ukraine for the past ten…

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  • Geoffrey Roberts: Stalin’s Library. A Dictator and his Books

    In this engaging life of the twentieth century’s most self-consciously learned dictator, Geoffrey Roberts explores the books Stalin read, how…

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