I wanted to start my Age of the Weimar Republic reading project in Weimar itself. (Not in Berlin, the setting of many of the most famous novels of the age; I’ll be spending plenty of time there soon enough.) Given that 2019 is the centennial of the Bauhaus, which was founded in Weimar, Frances Ambler’s […]

via The Story of the Bauhaus – Frances Ambler — Lizzy’s Literary Life


You will find this literature recommendation under the Page Literature and Genre Tips, as it is in connection with this year’s 100th anniversary of Bauhaus in Germany. This one looks at how the Bauhaus movement started with the university in Weimar and despite its forced closure by the Nazis in 1933, how it expanded and influenced architecture and all other aspects of life ever since…..


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