Iris Hanika

Treffen sich zwei

Treffen sich zwei – When Two Meet
Droschl

You don't know when it'll happen and you don't know where, but one thing is certain – at some point, love strikes: "What's happened now is life going haywire or a rift in time or a break in the world, or whatever." Here, it happens to two people who have been used to getting through life on their own for quite a while, and it's a bolt from the blue: he has the most wonderful eyes in the world, and she is so beautiful, he thinks he's hallucinating. Of course, that only lasts for a few days. A wonderful novel about the oldest subject in literature.


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Iris Hanika

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Biography

Iris Hanika, born 1962 in Würzburg, has been living in Berlin since 1979 where she writes a column for the "Merkur" and had at one time translated computer manuals from English. Publications: "Katharina oder Die Existenzverpflichtung" (story), "Das Loch im Brot" (chronicle, 2003), "Musik für Flughäfen" (short texts, 2005), "Die Wette auf das Unbewusste oder Was Sie schon immer über Psychoanalyse wissen wollten" (with Edith Seifert, 2006) and "Berlin im Licht. 24 Stunden Webcam" (edit.with Stefanie Flamm). In 2006, Iris Hanika was awarded the Hans Fallada Preis of the City of Neumünster.

 

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