Hanns-Josef Ortheil (Autor, Sprecher) - Luchterhand Literaturverlag

Hanns-Josef Ortheil

Hanns-Josef Ortheil, born in 1951, is one of the most important contemporary German authors and has received many awards for his work, among them the Brandenburg Literature Prize, the Thomas Mann Prize, the Nicolas Born Prize and the Hannelore Greve Literature Prize. In 2009 he became the first director of the newly founded "Institute for Literary Writing and Literary Studies" at the University of Hildesheim. His novels have been translated into more than 20 languages.
Hanns-Josef Ortheil

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Hanns-Josef  Ortheil - Hunger for Reading

Hanns-Josef Ortheil

Hunger for Reading

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Hanns-Josef  Ortheil - Hecke

Hanns-Josef Ortheil

Hecke

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Hanns-Josef  Ortheil, Klaus  Siblewski - How Novels Are Made

Hanns-Josef Ortheil, Klaus Siblewski

How Novels Are Made

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Hanns-Josef  Ortheil - Fermer

Hanns-Josef Ortheil

Fermer

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Hanns-Josef  Ortheil - The Joy of Music

Hanns-Josef Ortheil

The Joy of Music

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