Author: Utz Rachowski
Translator: Michael Ritterson, Gettysburg College
"Thuringian Scenes" is an ironic name for the twenty-five matter-of-fact statements by a teenage victim of political repression driven to the murder of his tormentor in juvenile detention. The setting is the picturesque Thuringian region of the former East Germany.
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Rachowski, Utz. "Thuringian Scenes" translated by Michael Ritterson. The Literary Review 57.2 (2014), 116-119.
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