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Thomas Sparr „Die Biographie des Tagebuchs der Anne Frank“ c/o S.Fischer

In the organizer's words:

"I want to live on, even after my death"

Thomas Sparr talks to Dr. Christian Gohlke about his new book published by S.Fischer Verlag

The previously untold story of Anne Frank's world-famous diary fills a gap in the narrative about Anne Frank.

Anne Frank dreamed of one day becoming a famous writer. Her father Otto Frank, who was the only family member to survive the war, wanted to fulfill his daughter's wish and made the publication of Anne's diary his life's work. In 1947, "Het Achterhuis" was published in the Netherlands; the first German edition was published in 1950. Today, the diary is one of the most widely read books in the world; the impact it has had since the post-war period is unparalleled and unbroken. But the story of its success is marked by obstacles and setbacks - and is largely unknown. Thomas Sparr knowledgeably deciphers how it came about, how it was disseminated, how it is received all over the world and why it is still with us today.

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