Berlin: Judith Hermann is considered one of Germany's most important writers and stylists. She was born in 1970 in Berlin, where she still lives and writes. For her writing, she has received a number of awards, including the Kleist Prize and the Friedrich-Hölderlin Prize. When she debuted with Holiday home, later (1998), she was praised for taking the pulse of a time and a generation of young adults in Berlin. Yet it is not the time-specific and place-bound that makes her an important writer. On the contrary.
Hermann's project is outside. . .
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