Aleš Šteger

Publisher: Beletrina


Through poems and lyrical miniature essays, Aleš Šteger records what he saw and heard in Berlin over the course of a year. The haunted house for authors at Wannsee, who all thought of committing suicide there at some point, a metro station in Wedding, haunted by the cry of the Germanic people of old, the temple halls of a bookstore on Carmer Street, bursting with meaning, abundant with memories, filled with the voices of those who were there before him, they challenge his poetic cognition.

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  • Berlin

    Genre:  Fiction
    Year:  2010
    Publisher:  Meandar
    Translator:  Edo Fičor
    Country:  Croatia
    Language:  Croatian
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