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Georg Heym’s ‘Der Dieb’ is the second time that Moloko Plus combines Heym’s prose and drawings by Ben Schot. And just like in Georg Heym’s ‘Kurze Prosa’ – published by Moloko Plus in 2016 and also designed by Robert Schalinski – the combination is a powerful brew. Inspired by Baudelaire and his translations of Edgar Allan Poe on the one hand and Friedrich Nietzsche and early expressionism on the other, Heym’s tales in ‘Der Dieb’ are supremely grotesque…
€ 15.00

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‘Über die allmähliche Verfertigung der Gedanken beim Reden’ (On the Gradual Construction of Thoughts during Speech) is an essay written by Heinrich von Kleist in 1805. In the guise of a letter to his friend, general Otto August Rühle von Lilienstern, Kleist advises to start speaking – to whoever is around – when further meditation on a problem brings no solution. The French say “l’appétit vient en
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In 1594 Elizabethan satirist Thomas Nashe published ‘The Unfortunate Traveller’. This picaresque novel, the first of its kind in Britain, was set on the continent and followed its protagonist’s adventures through a string of European towns. In graphic descriptions Jack Wilson, a court page, testified to the “wonderful spectacle of bloodshed” that 16th-century Europe had become and doing so allowed Thomas Nashe to expose…
€ 18.00

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Florian Günther was born in East Berlin in 1963. Formally trained as an offset printer, Günther did odd jobs such as gravedigger, construction worker, and pizza delivery boy, before finding his feet as a writer, photographer and publisher. Günther used to be singer in the Eastern German punk band Klick & Aus, co-edited Floppy myriapods, a Berlin based magazine, and has published his own magazine Drecksack – Lesbare Zeitschrift für Literatur from Berlin since 2010…
€ 14.80

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Edward S. Robinson writes in his introduction to ‘Flesh Film’ for Reality Studio: “Where the precise origins of the cut-up lie remain the subject of debate in certain circles, although no one would dispute the fact that it was Burroughs who formalized the method, provoking controversy in the literary establishment, and who is the writer with whom the technique will be forever associated. Burroughs himself acknowledged myriad literary precedents, and accredited Brion Gysin with the actual ‘discovery’ of the method, quite by chance, in 1959. Of those involved in the first collection of…
€ 20.00

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