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Het einde van de eenzaamheid

Benedict Wells (author), Gerda Baardman (translator)

Het einde van de eenzaamheid

Benedict Wells (author), Gerda Baardman (translator)

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Title
Het einde van de eenzaamheid
Author
Benedict Wells 1984-
Translator
Gerda Baardman
Language
Dutch
Original language
German
Original title
Vom Ende der Einsamkeit
Publisher
Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 2017
211 p. (ePub2)
ISBN
9789402307870

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About Benedict Wells

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Benedict Wells (born 1984 in Munich) is a German-Swiss novelist.

Life and career

At the age of six years, Wells went to the first of three state Bavarian boarding schools, in which he spent his entire school years. He said that it was that early because one of his parents became ill and couldn't take care of him and the other one was self-employed and in financial trouble and had to work all the time. Following his graduation from high school in 2003, he moved to Berlin where he decided not to go to university but to pursue his writing instead. He made a living doing odd jobs.

His first novel Becks letzter Sommer received widespread acclaim and was described by Die Zeit as "the most interesting debut of the year." His third novel Fast genial became a bestseller in Germany in 2011.

In 2015 the screen adaptation of Becks letzter Sommer was released in cinemas starring Christian Ulmen…Read more on Wikipedia