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Open discussion with German cartoonist Isabel Kreitz at Goethe-Institut

The Goethe-Institut will host the renowned German cartoonist to discuss her work and launch the Arabic translation of her book 'Stalin's Spy in Tokyo'

Ahram Online , Monday 3 Dec 2018
Stalin's Spy in Tokyo
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The Goethe-Institut in Dokki will host a panel discussion with German comic artist Isabel Kreitz and Egyptian comic artist Magdy El-Shafee on 4 December.

The event is part of 'Egypt Comix Week,' which is being held from 3 to 8 December.

The discussion will include the launch of the Arabic translation of the illustrated graphic novel 'Stalin's Spy in Tokyo' by Kreitz, published by Safsafa Publishing House.

Kreitz was born in Hamburg in 1967. She has authored many books including 'A Case for Cap and Company: Dog-Napping in Roseborough' (2001), and 'Stalin's Spy in Tokyo' (2012).


Tuesday, 4 December at 6:30

Goethe-Institut in Egypt

13 Hussien Wasef St, Dokki

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