It is winter in Oslo in 1942. Sonja is waiting for her sister Ilse. Instead of her, three policemen appear at the door, and the lives of the Sterns, a Jewish family, are abruptly torn apart. The historical novel, which won the Uprisen Prize, is a »movingly beautiful narrative« [SZ] that sheds light on the crimes of the National Socialists in Norway, but also tells of the power of love.
DO 09 09 21 | 11:00 | silent green – Kuppelhalle | Kl. 9–12 | Gespräch & Lesung | Deutsch | Gast/ Guest Marianne Kaurin | Moderation Shiva Mesgarian | Sprecherin/ Speaker Regina Gisbertz | Vorprogramm: Maarten Robeck – Europa I/ Europa II | 0908