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There Stands My House
The ﬁrst English-language translation of the
memoirs of Hans Keilson, one of Europeâ€™s most
masterful and remarkable writers
In this unique work, which was composed in the 1990s
and only recently rediscovered, Keilson brings back
a bygone era in snapshots from a life spanning one
hundred years. The external stations of this life â€” his
youth in Brandenburg, his student years and the fast
life in Berlin, his exile in Holland, his survival in hiding,
and the loss of his parents â€” are framed by economic
crisis, anti-Semitism, and war, but also by friendship,
music, and hope. Hans Keilson reveals these themes in
gentle, quizzical reﬂections and fragments, producing
an unforgettable portrait of his time.
The memoir is followed by a beguiling conversation
about Keilsonâ€™s one hundred years of living and writing.
It provides an incomparable insight into the man that
The New York Times recently hailed as â€˜one of the
worldâ€™s very greatest writersâ€™.
About the Author
HANS KEILSON was born in Germany
but, following the Nazisâ€™ rise to power,
was forced to move to the Netherlands
before the outbreak of World War II.
An award-winning psychiatrist, he was
particularly renowned for specialising in
the traumatic effects of the Holocaust
on Jewish survivors. Keilsonâ€™s best-
known literary works include The Death
of the Adversary, Comedy in a Minor Key,
and Life Goes On (forthcoming).
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