Rana Dasgupta's turbulent tale of a centenarian Bulgarian (Great Britain / India)

Fri, Sep 17, 2010
8.30 pm
Admission: 8 €, concessions 6 €, school students 4 €

In his novel "Solo", Rana Dasgupta looks at the question of whether everyone carries knowledge inside themselves which could be of use to the whole human race. During a daydream, a centenarian Bulgarian overcomes the pressures of the past and creates a new life for himself, in which all paths are open to him, and in which his talents and creativity can blossom freely.

Literatures of the World

PRESENTER: Angela Spizig SPEAKER: Hans-Werner Meyer