One Hundred Days

Lukas Bärfuss

Published: 4 October 2012
Trade Paperback, Demy PB
135x216mm, 192 pages
ISBN: 9781847084804
£12.99

About the author

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Lukas Bärfuss, born in Thun, Switzerland in 1971, is one of the most successful dramatists to emerge in recent years, and his plays are staged all over the world. Bärfuss was voted playwright of the year in the critic poll featured by the magazine "Theater heute" in 2005. For his first novel "Hundert Tage" (One Hundred Days), which was published in Germany in 2008, Bärfuss was awarded the Mara-Cassens Prize, the Schiller Prize and the Erich-Maria-Remarque-Friedenspreis Prize. He was also nominated for the German and Swiss Book Prize. More about the author


Reviews

‘[A] harrowing portrayal of organised slaughter... it explores the existential dilemmas that come with being Swiss - a more interesting topic than you might imagine... Magnificent’

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One Hundred Days is written in the spare, distilled language that befits its task, never sensational and never squeamish... It is an unflinchingly political novel that brings across its devastating message without making any narrative compromises’

‘His writing is seriously good, dramatising horrific events in illuminating ways’ Peter Carty





 
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