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Which Germans do non-Germans read?

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Foreign countries love German authors but often don\'t discover them until after their deaths. Contemporary literature made in Germany has a harder time than Hermann Hesse or Thomas Mann. But since 1998, the number of licenses for German books sold abroad has almost doubled. What kind of contemporary literature from Germany do foreign publishers buy and foreign readers read? A report from the Frankfurt Book Fair. \r\n