Christian Kracht

Swiss novelist and journalist

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Swiss novelist and journalist

Christian Kracht on KCRW

Christian Kracht's Imperium: A Fiction of the South Seas is a satirical parable that sees fanaticism as the root of German culture and imperialist culture in general.

Christian Kracht: Imperium

Christian Kracht's Imperium: A Fiction of the South Seas is a satirical parable that sees fanaticism as the root of German culture and imperialist culture in general.

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