georges-arthur goldschmidt in conversation with peter stephan jungk

As a child, the writer, essayist, and translator Georges-Arthur Goldschmidt had to flee from the National Socialists without his parents. He ended up in France. What followed became world literature between two languages and nations. Peter Stephan Jungk talks to the writer about his life’s work and exile, which, as Goldschmidt writes in his book »Vom Nachexil« (tr: From Post-­Exile), never has an end.

Event language: German

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