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Ranveig Eckhoff

Eckhoff is a regular reviewer for Ny Tid.

Along the graves

Renowned author Navid Kermani invites you for a journey from Cologne to Isfahan, which travels through a vast array of borders, ruined landscapes and fortified history. To hope.

Emperor's green clothes

The concept of "green washing" became part of our language after eco-thinking became trendy, and states and corporations realized that they could wash dirty business with beautiful promises.

The word as the key to power and prestige

Women and power are a short story. Women's silence has a millennial tradition. 

The Child Mafia in Naples

Roberto Saviano's latest novel is no fiction. It is a true-to-life report of a society that, to date, has not been able to take hold of itself.

Eight years in power

Barack Obama's eight years as America's first black president indirectly paved the way for the country's "first white" president, according to one of America's most influential African-American writers.

US left wing on wild roads

American identity politicians have no strategy and want none. They just want to express themselves and increasingly radicalize themselves.

One woman, three passions 

Pianist, writer and animal lover Hélène Grimaud is one of those who puts many of us in the shade. In their own words, an inhuman. The 10. March she plays in Oslo. 

An adventurer in the inner world

Director Corinna Belz on an exclusive house visit with Peter Handke. Are we finally getting thanks to the shy and multifaceted author? 

Camorra's prominent torment

From his desk prison, murderous Roberto Saviano continues to fight for the country he loves.