Daniel Kehlmann


Daniel Kehlmann, born in Munich in 1975, lives in Berlin and New York. His work has been awarded the Literature Prize of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the WELT Literature Prize, the Per Olov Enquist Prize, the Kleist Prize and the Thomas Mann Prize, among others. His novel Die Vermessung der Welt, translated into more than 40 languages and adapted for the screen by Detlev Buck, became one of the most successful German novels of the post-war period. Daniel Kehlmann is a member of the Mainz Academy of Sciences and Literature and the German Academy for Language and Literature.


  • Tyll

    Author:  Daniel Kehlmann
    Genre:  Fiction
    Year:  2017
    Publisher:  Rowohlt
    Country:  Austria
    Language:  German