Berlin Wall: A Personal Memoir
Award-winning German writer Helga Schütz spoke March 13, 2007, in the M.J.J. Smith Room of the Library about her personal experiences living in East Germany with the Berlin Wall going through her back yard.
She also discussed her struggles and successes as a writer under East German censorship and the aftermath of Germany’s unification.
The event was sponsored by the Goethe-Institut/Chicago, the Department of Modern Languages and the Co-Curricular Affairs Committee.
Posted: Thu, March 10th, 2011 at 10:49AM