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Literaturlenz: Maria Cecilia Barbetta, Olga Flor, and Lorenz Langenegger

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Literaturlenz: Maria Cecilia Barbetta, Olga Flor, and Lorenz Langenegger

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Each year Literaturlenz brings together the Goethe-Institut Chicago, the Consulate General of Switzerland in Chicago and the Consulate General of Austria in Chicago for an evening of German and English language readings. Each author represents a unique voice in contemporary German-language literature.

Reading in German; discussion in English.

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Recorded Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at Goethe-Institut Chicago.

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