Posts Tagged: Franziska zu Reventlow

The bohemian countess and her foster fatherland

Writer Franziska zu Reventlow and a warning about heedless nationalism on the 150th anniversary of her birth

The bohemian countess and her foster fatherland

Writer Franziska zu Reventlow and a warning about heedless nationalism on the 150th anniversary of her birth

Franziska zu Reventlow (1871-1918)

100 years since the death of the ‘bohemian countess’

Franziska zu Reventlow (1871-1918)

100 years since the death of the ‘bohemian countess’

Beware the polished little man

“He was absolutely unbearable. Perhaps this was precisely what attracted us.”

Beware the polished little man

“He was absolutely unbearable. Perhaps this was precisely what attracted us.”

Introducing Rixdorf Editions

Hidden cultural history, forgotten innovators and compellingly wayward souls – it’s SO Strange Flowers

Introducing Rixdorf Editions

Hidden cultural history, forgotten innovators and compellingly wayward souls – it’s SO Strange Flowers