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Daniel Schulz reads "We Were Like Brothers

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A contemporary novel about the often banal origins of racism and right-wing violence.

Daniel Schulz was born in Potsdam in 1979 and grew up in a village in Brandenburg. He studied political science and journalism in Leipzig. After first stints at Zitty, Märkische Allgemeine and Freies Wort, he went to the taz, where he is now head of the reportage department. In 2018 he received the Reporter Prize and in 2019 the Theodor Wolff Prize.

"We were like brothers" published 24.01.2022
A contemporary novel about the often banal origins of racism and right-wing violence.

Daniel Schulz was born in Potsdam in 1979 and grew up in a village in Brandenburg. He studied political science and journalism in Leipzig. After first stints at Zitty, Märkische Allgemeine and Freies Wort, he went to the taz, where he is now head of the reportage department. In 2018 he received the Reporter Prize and in 2019 the Theodor Wolff Prize.

"We were like brothers" published 24.01.2022
He is ten when the revolution breaks out in the GDR. While many long for freedom, he is afraid: of the imperialists and fascists his teachers warned him about. Of what is coming and what he does not know. A few years later, he is persecuted by neo-Nazis because of his long hair. At the same time, he meets with right-wingers because he feels safe with them. As safe as with Mariam, whose family comes from Georgia and who is not afraid of anything. But he has to decide which side he is on.
We Were Like Brothers is a drastic evocation of the immediate post-reunification period - and an all too contemporary novel about the often banal origins of racism and right-wing violence.
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