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22 January 2019   |   Edition: 295
Contemporary books from Germany and many related activities
This year at the 27th New Delhi World Book Fair, the German Book Office New Delhi presented books from Germany along with activities and events to promote German literature of various genres.
Stand of the German Book Office at the New Delhi World Book Fair 2019

Collection of contemporary German literature in German and English translation

A collection of over 200 contemporary German books in German as well as English translation -- graphic novels, children’s literature, the German Book Prize longlist, and selection from Deutsche Welle ‘100 German Must-Reads’ -- adorned the stands of the German Book Office New Delhi. 

Deutsche Welle correspondents Sabine Kieselbach and David Levitz presented their multimedia project '100 German Must-Reads'

Deutsche Welle’s multimedia project ‘100 German Must-Reads’ was brought to New Delhi by DW correspondents Sabine Kieselbach and David Levitz, in cooperation with the German Book Office New Delhi. The project, as DW describes it, is ‘the definitive list of recommended reading from German-speaking coutnries, in English translation.’ They presented the project at the Oxford Bookstore on 6 January and at the Book Fair on 8 January. They also interacted with interested readers who were exploring the collection present at the GBO stand. 

Find out more about the '100 German Must-Reads' and explore the list with the fascinating book trailer available here.

German Book Office New Delhi
c/o AVANTA Business Centre | International Trade Tower | 2nd Floor | Block "E" | Nehru Place | New Delhi 110024 | India

t +91 11 6617 2442 | t +91 11 4912 0951 | e info@newdelhi.gbo.org | www.newdelhi.gbo.org

German Book Office New Delhi is a joint venture between the Frankfurt Book Fair and the Federal Foreign Office, Berlin.

Associated links:
www.book-fair.com | www.publishingperspectives.com


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