The play was successfully staged at many German-language
It is one of the most prestigious prizes for German-language
literature.The German Academy for Language and Literature announced Tuesday that Hungarian-born author Terezia Mora had won the 2018 Georg BE-chner prize, which is considered to be the most important prize in the German literary world.
The German film with English subtitles will portray the correspondence between two key German-language
poets as read by two actors in an exploration of a doomed romance in the wake of WWII.
While the Zurich Film Festival will again celebrate international film, with high-profile screeners like Oliver Stone's "Savages" and Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon starrer "Arbitrage," it is also sharpening its focus on German-language
cinema with a new mini-market presenting productions from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
There now seems to be the danger that, with the soon to be expected publication of the new release of (the hymnal) 'Gotteslob" some parts of the German-language
area will keep the translation "for all" even though the German Bishops' Conference had agreed to use "for many" as was desired by the Holy See."
E-books and research technology provider ebrary announced on Monday the availability of approximately 6,000 German-language
titles for purchase in all subject areas.
crime writing, however, is vigorous and various, with leavening from the different outlooks of Germany's internal regions; Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein; the minority German areas of Belgium (which has a German-speaking parliament in one region), Poland, Denmark, Italy; and several enclaves in other nations.
The audio message, posted on Friday, was accompanied by around five minutes of video showing a still image of bin Laden, SITE said, noting that English- and German-language
subtitled versions of the video were posted.
A PRICE fixing system for German-language
books imported into Austria has been declared illegal by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) today (April 30).
and Canada, retail sales of licensed merchandise in Western Europe totaled $24 billion in 2007, led by revenues in the UK and Ireland (23% of the total), France (21%), German-language
countries (17%) and Italy (15%).