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20.11.2023

DANIEL SCHREIBER

Daniel Schreiber manages like no other to look at big topics in a completely new way.

There is nothing we would rather ignore than the impermanence of the world. Yet we are confronted with it again and again. How do we deal with the awareness that something is irretrievably lost? In his new essay, Daniel Schreiber takes a clear-sighted and truthful look, as only he can, at a central human experience that significantly shapes our present and brings us to our limits like hardly any other: the loss of certainties and securities that have long seemed irrefutable. Based on the personal experience of his father's death, Daniel Schreiber tells of a day in fog-shrouded Venice, analyzing our private and social ability to grieve - and looking for ways to deal with a feeling that often overwhelms us.

Daniel Schreiber, born in 1977, is the author of the Susan Montag biography Geist und Glamour (2007) and the highly acclaimed and widely read essays Nüchtern (2014) and Zuhause (2017). His book Allein (2021) was on the bestseller list for months. He lives in Berlin.

Host: Maria-Christina Piwowarski 

 

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