Schlagwörter » Alfred Doblin

Stadt der Toten

Nach Alfred Döblin: Berlin Alexanderplatz, Deutsches Theater, Berlin (Regie: Sebastian Hartmann)

Von Sascha Krieger

Ein hoher, weiter, leerer weißer Raum. Ein Alles-ist-möglich-Ort, einer des Dazwischen und des Immer-schon-Danach. noch 1.110 Wörter


Brecht on Horkheimer

I have one final post, even shorter, following up on my recent post of Brecht on Döblin. Brecht had quite a sharp tongue and the comments below regarding Horkheimer may not be nice, but they are interesting in terms of the social/financial pillars of the Frankfurt School. noch 68 Wörter


Brecht on Döblin

As a kind of followup post to this brief text (textlet?) I posted earlier, I wanted to share my translation of one of my favorite literary oddities. noch 230 Wörter

Books'n Stuff


DADA visionary Tristan Tzara famously called upon writers to do a negative, a destructive work, and within early 20th century avantgarde writing, a surprising amount of left-leaning writers followed his calling. noch 297 Wörter

Literature (German)


And if you ask again whether there is any justice in the world, you’ll have to be satisfied with the reply: Not for the time being; at any rate, not up to this Friday. noch 19 Wörter


But the main things about a man are his eyes and his feet. He...

But the main things about a man are his eyes and his feet. He should be able to see the world and go after it. – Alfred Doblin:

Alfred Doblin