Sandra Hoffmann

Sandra Hoffmann was born in 1967 and lives in Munich, where she teaches creative writing and writes for radio and the travel section at DIE ZEIT. For her 2012 novel Was ihm fehlen wird, wenn er tot ist, she received the Thaddäus Troll Prize, followed by the Hans Fallada Prize for Paula. Sandra Hoffmann was writer-in-residence at the British Centre for Literary Translation Summer School in 2018.

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Sandra Hoffmann

Approx. €15 Sandra Hoffmann’s »Paula« is a moving piece of autofiction about the writer’s relationship to her grandmother, a devout Swabian Catholic who refused to reveal who fathered her child in 1946. Growing up in a family where silence reigns, Hoffmann asks: What kind of person, what kind of writer, does this environment produce? “‘What

  • Paula
    Book 12.99 GBP
    Novel
    B-format paperback
    143 Seiten
    15 September 2020
  • Paula
    eBook 5.99 GBP
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    15 September 2020