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Harbour of Swinoujscie, 2011












Effi, who was silently sunk in herself, drinking in each word, half avidly, half fearfully, now sat up and looked over to where the moon has risen behind white but rapidly disappearing clouds. The big, copper-red disc stood behind a corpse of alders, casting its light on a broad sheet of water formed here by the Kessine.

Theodor Fontane: »Effi Briest«, translated by Hugh Rorrison and Helene Chambers, Angel Books London, 1995

                               

Fontane


Exhibition and publication project, 2002 – 2019

20.9.2019 – 5.1.2020 »Fontane Today» in the exhibition »Fontane´s Berlin« at Märkisches Museum, Stadtmuseum Berlin.

Reviews



Fontane-Schau im Märkischen Museum Berlin: Bilder wie Zeitmaschinen from Harry Nutt, Frankfurter Rundschau, 14.11.2019

Bilderlust und Autographen im Märkischen Museum from Klaus-Peter Möller, 8.10.2019

»Fontanes Berlin gestern und heute« from Christoph Stollowsky, Tagesspiegel, 19.9.2019

Ausstellung: "Fontanes Berlin" im Märkischen Museum von Hans Ackermann im RBB Kulturradio, 19.9.2019

»Zitty Wo Stine sann und Effi litt – Der Berliner Fotograf Lorenz Kienzle erinnert an Fontanes Romanfiguren« From Sophie Diesselhorst, Zitty, 24.7.2012

Publication


»Sein Glück verdienen – Theodor Fontanes zeitlose Heldinnen«
with the writer Burkhard Spinnen, published by Knesebeck Verlag, 2012