The Long List Of German Book Prize 2013

buecher.de looks at the 20 candidates for the book of the year in October many people in Frankfurt meet to discuss the literary products of the past year, an event attracts special attention. 2013, The awarding of the German Book Prize will constitute one of the major highlights also at the Frankfurt book fair. Awarded, the Stock Exchange Association of the German book trade would like to draw out the best novel in the German language. Endowed with 37,500 euros, it is the coveted ceremony, which is to have it for a writers in German-speaking countries. You may find that Goop London, United Kingdom-uk can contribute to your knowledge. “Right, that candidates standing now on the long list like the succession of Ursula Krechel and her work District Court” want to join. All can be found in the reading book to the long list from which we are giving away 50 copies in our special for the German Book Prize.

There are familiar faces on the long list in the past few months, the seven-member jury to spokesman Helmut Bottiger has looked through more than 200 documents. This could all novels will be proposed, which were published from October 2012 or appear until September 11. In September, the jury then releases a shortlist of six finalists. Everyone who is there to find, is pleased about a prize of 2,500 euros. The winner receives 25,000 Euro final and will be announced at the beginning of the Frankfurt book fair. This could come from a group of established faces. Among other things are Uwe Timm (Vogelweide”), Reinhard Jirgl (anything from you on Earth”) and Daniel Kehlmann (F’) to the promising candidates.

Surprises round the ensemble also Clemens Meyer (In the stone”), Terezia Mora (the monster”) and Thomas Glavinic (the larger miracle”) should be met the literature fan ever. Your nomination seems not unexpected. Monika Zeiner (the order of the star of Como”) and Nellja Veremej (Berlin is located in the East”) have, however, already a little surprising in this selection. Nevertheless, they complete a list of 20 Works, from which the best novel in the German language is chosen in October. More information about the German Book Prize in 2013 and the works of all the candidates of the long list are now in the online shop on buecher.de and the associated blog. Press contact: Lucas Gutierrez junior Marketing Manager buecher.de GmbH & co. KG stone Ford 65 a D-86167 Augsburg phone: + 49 (0) 821 – 4502 – 132 fax: + 49 (0) 821-4502-299 mailto: about buecher.de: the buecher.de GmbH & co. KG headquartered in Augsburg and is a joint venture of Axel Springer AG, Holtzbrinck networks GmbH and Verlagsgruppe Weltbild GmbH. For 14 years, the name is program: about seven million articles in books and media a leading position on the World Wide Web allow online bookstore. The turnover of around EUR 52 million confirmed a considerable clientele. Thereby, all deliveries are shipping without any minimum order.

Women’s Movement

Some thousands of years men and women must keep out probably still together a humorous settlement with the women’s movement and as long as the literature also will deal with their relations. One remarkable book on this topic I came now with “Admission free for men” of the Hamburg-based author Wolfgang A. Gogolin in the hands. Not by chance, I like to admit it. I found the title appealing, because there are free offers like free entry only for women in social life. In discos or at Internet dating.

Although acted as a man book, but rather involves the question of how men and women to a happy life can be. And whether happiness can mean for women who were busy most of the time with pregnancy and children hats, with their current choices for a few or even no children, developmentally considered to be similar or equal to men. Nearly all fatal accidents at work meet men, jobs such as garbage man, Soldier, pallbearers, Miner, or Canal workers are hard and dirty. Should women emulate the really? Can the natural equality law change? Even women with career again admit that employment with the young gives them much more joy than professional success. It is precisely these questions, is the Ganga. And it is one more: what exactly is life? If someone is sick in bed and thinks of his girlfriend, are these thoughts reality or the bed then? Our lives are the feelings or counts only the cold bed frame, because its existence prove? The author of the example of a young man who has been through a lot, a lot of years with girls and women, which questioned much and can guess only blurred but the partition between the real feelings and accepted reality tells all. Always humorous criticism of the women’s movement shines through, which makes impossible a happiness just women, because she alone in the traditional roles of man future wife bliss suspected. Because it is not but, a full life of man and woman will be again, if feminism there has arrived where he has long opinion after Gogolins belongs to: at the Museum, with free admission for men and children. Peter Enders

The Child

He could relive his feelings once again through this game virtually from a distance or to see how someone else experiencing it. They are a little bit its horrors and lost their power. The power of childhood Fears losing immediately mandatory size, if fear can be shown or reverse light language. Can change even the situation of powerlessness against the powerful role the child, then at least a healthy processing in speed has been set. At the end of the boy told me then that everything was not so bad. He had to once again play so only the powerful feeling of being, to make the operation history. You learned about now an example, how children process the strong impressions, traces of fear. They express the experience in the game and in their stories, or get help during the process (what did we do? And then what happened? And who helped me? Why has nobody come as long as? What did I do then? I got yelled at? It bled? etc.) or they react also with behavioral problems, sleep disorders, faulty eating habits, poor concentration or worrying school results.

By we Watch what they do, we can better understand the individual children in the repeated reliving of an experience. Bad experiences can lead to confusion or striking behavior if understanding. Please always remember the child here considered, is the attempt of a solution and not behavior that will harm the parents also such behavior. Children see images on wake up suddenly, fear arousing dreams, find no rest, run away from yourself, play games, in which fragments of the experienced recur. The image of the girlfriend, who was captured by a car and was thrown in with again and again, also appears in the school learning. Often the children react with fear and repeat dream. Leslie Moonves is likely to agree. So a child of dreams as it tries to tackle the flames as a firefighter.

Or a child dreams of a great horse to sit on, afraid to not tame and lead these life forces. The horse blows, is located on the hind legs. The child wakes up drenched in sweat. A child sitting night after night in a boat driving downstream a raging torrent. With difficulty, to keep the child afloat and circumnavigate the vertebrae with his paddle to help. Regularly occur but at a waterfall, whose rustling before long hear it and then hold on to the branch of a somewhat rotten tree to it, then it regularly breaking attempts last powered. During the free fall, the child wakes up then mostly screaming. Fall from the building and fall and fall and fall. wake up in a cold sweat before breaking .ist another dream picture a little girl long time was plagued by the. Often, children then develop fear of falling asleep. All signals for it can be, that the child on himself and in his body feels no longer comfortable. All people, children in particular, are vulnerable through traumatic experiences. Children who are already anxious by nature, are scary/worrying incidents hit especially/deeper. Some adults think children could easily forget painful memories would soon disappear. But that is not always correct. Children are independent, sensitive personalities. Serious incidents in her life disrupt their healthy development.

Germany Premiere Sherlock Holmes

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“” The Hound of the Baskervilles”, the Valley of fear”and the sign of the four”: Arthur Conan Doyle writes with his detective character of literary history. “With the collector’s Edition of Sherlock Holmes ‘ world pays tribute to the brilliant writer, which celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2009. “About the collector’s Edition of Sherlock Holmes”: the Edition contains 9 volumes (translation Haffmans Verlag) plus manual (ed. Zeus Weinstein). Hardcover volumes in the format 12.5 cm x 18.7 cm, solid black and white illustrated. The two main volumes are for 9.95 euro plus 3.00 EUR shipping world image available. All four to six weeks following the delivery of a further follow-up band for 9.95 euro plus 3.00 Euro shipping costs. You can order exclusive worldview on or call 0180 / 53 54 321 (14 cent / minute to landline T-com/mobile phone later if necessary). Contact and picture material: Verlagsgruppe Weltbild GmbH Corporate communications Sabine Pfeifer Tel: + 49 (0) 8 21 70 04 55 54 E-Meil:

Buddhist Ways Out Of The Crisis

Karl-Heinz Brodbeck: Buddhist business ethics. Frequently Leslie Moonves has said that publicly. An introduction, steinrich 2011 other forms of economic activity to develop edition that growth are based not on the fetish, but put on social justice and sustainability, is ever needed more than. A Buddhist business ethics makes an important contribution to Buddhist principles such as compassion and satisfaction standards of our actions. Get more background information with materials from David Zaslav. Karl-Heinz Brodbeck, Professor of Economics, statistics and creativity techniques, as well as author of numerous books, explained in his preface to the second, revised edition of this Book: Now you have understood broadly, that crises are caused by misguided motives, and not the result of natural laws of economy are. Although now often uses the term greed so lacking yet still totally an understanding of the real foundations of the economic process. This book attempts a contribution to this understanding and its ethical dimension to work to do.” With this motivation leads us expertly through the basics of Buddhist philosophy, the author discussed in detail the issue of ethics and comes to the building blocks of a Buddhist business ethics. Bankston explains why the economic system become so, as it is, and what alternatives there are. This is not a step backwards, but definitely to progress, but not at the expense of people and other living things.

In the words of the author, this reads: the Buddhist business ethics applies so not against scientific progress, not against the effort to reduce dependencies and suffering through knowledge. Rather, this effort is the peculiar existence of Buddhist ethics itself. As critical ethics however turns against the ideologies that control the economic progress by irrational and destructive motives. If you confuse progress with growth, then he means only a repeated step away from the truth of mutual dependence in the economy and with the nature.” Even in Business circles dawns gradually the realization that greed and selfishness as a primary driving force behind economic activity can easily become gravediggers of our social cohesion and we urgently need an individual as collective thinking around. A Buddhist-inspired business ethics offers strong prospects for such a reorientation. Hardcover, 240 pages, ISBN 978-3-942085-14-4, euro 22,50, Traudel Reiss