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Rowohlt Verlag is a publishing house based in Reinbek and also Hamburg and Berlin, part of the Georg von Holtzbrinck Group (since 1982). The company was created in 1908 in Leipzig by Ernst Rowohlt.

Parts of the company

  • Kindler Verlag
  • Rowohlt·Berlin Verlag
  • Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag (rororo)
  • Rowohlt Theater Verlag
  • Rowohlt Verlag
  • Wunderlich Verlag

Authors

Paul Auster, Simone de Beauvoir, Wolfgang Borchert, Albert Camus, C. W. Ceram, A. J. Cronin, Janice Deaner, Jeffrey Eugenides, Hans Fallada, Jonathan Franzen, Max Goldt, Suresh Guptara and Jyoti Guptara, Ernest Hemingway, Felicitas Hoppe, Siri Hustvedt, Heinrich Eduard Jacob, Elfriede Jelinek, Daniel Kehlmann, Imre Kertész, Georg Klein, Henry Miller, Toni Morrison, Robert Musil, Vladimir Nabokov, Péter Nádas, John Dos Passos, Harold Pinter, James Purdy, Thomas Pynchon, Uwe Reimer, Philip Roth, Peter Rühmkorf, José Saramago, Jean-Paul Sartre, Kurt Tucholsky, John Updike, Ernst von Salomon and others.





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