A Land between Tradition and Modernity
"Klaus Reichert is a traveller full of ideas and erudition . . . wise enough to be humbled by the intellect and symbolism of classical Ottoman architecture or curious enough to lose himself in the spontaneous rhythms of traditional Turkish flat weaves."--Andrew Finkel, author of Turkey: What Everyone Needs to Know
Klaus Reichert, born in 1938, is a literary critic, author, translator and publisher. He taught English and American Literature at the University of Frankfurt and was president of the German Academy for Language and Literature. He has written books on and translated works by James Joyce, Shakespeare, Lewis Carroll and Virginia Woolf.Eugene H. Hayworth is the translator of several works of contemporary German fiction and non-fiction, including Jens Muhling's "A Journey into Russia."