Berlin Tales, Paperback Book

Berlin Tales Paperback

Edited by Helen Constantine

Part of the City Tales series


Berlin Tales is a collection of seventeen translated stories associated with Berlin.

The book provides a unique insight into the mind of this fascinating city through the eyes of its story-tellers.

Nearly twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the stories collected here reflect on the city's fascinating recent history, setting out with the early twentieth-century Berlin of Siegfried Kracauer and Alfred Doblin and culminating in an excellent selection of stories from the best of the new voices in the current boom in German fiction.

They are chosen for their conscious exploration of the city's image, meaning, and attraction to immigrants and tourists as well as Berliners from both sides of the Wall.

These stories also depict Berlin's distinct districts, not just the differences between East and West but also iconic sites such as Alexanderplatz, individual neighbourhoods (Jewish Mitte, Turkish Kreuzberg) and individual streets.

There is an introduction and notes to accompany the




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