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Harald Krassnitzer (Edited by) - Rauhnächte

Wunderbares für eine besondere Zeit

Erweiterte Neuausgabe des großen Erfolgs – mit neuen Lieblingsgeschichten von Harald Krassnitzer.

Eine geheimnisvolle Zeit sind die zwölf Nächte zwischen Weihnachten und dem Dreikönigstag – eine Zeit, in der die Natur stillsteht und die Grenzen zwischen unserer Welt und dem Reich der Magie aufgehoben scheinen. Im Alpenraum, aber auch in der nordischen Welt ranken sich zahlreiche Sagen um die Rauhnächte: Menschen sprechen mit Tieren, Kobolde bevölkern die Stuben, Wünsche gehen in Erfüllung und die Wilde Jagd reitet über das Land. Es ist diese Durchlässigkeit zu Magie und altem Wissen, aber auch dieses Moment des Innehaltens, die Harald Krassnitzer seit jeher faszinieren und denen in unserer hektischen Zeit besondere Bedeutung zukommt. In diesem Band hat er seine liebsten Sagen und Erzählungen rund um die Rauhnächte gesammelt und mit persönlichen Worten begleitet.

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Überarbeitete Neuausgabe. Mit einem Vorwort von Harald Krassnitzer.
160 pages
format:125 x 205
ISBN: 9783701717392
Release date: 03.11.2020

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Harald Krassnitzer (Edited by)

born in Grödig (Salzburg) in 1960, actor Harald Krassnitzer has performed at the Schauspielhaus Graz, the Wiener Volkstheater and at theatres in Saarbrücken. Since 1995 he has predominantly appeared in films and television series, including leading roles in Bergdoktor (1997-2005) and Winzerkönig (2005-2009). He is probably best known as police officer Moritz Eisner in the long-running crime drama Tatort. Alongside his acting career, Krassnitzer has made his mark with political statements and activities, and continues to dedicate his time to social projects. Published by Residenz Verlag: "Raunächte" (2019).

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Ein wirklich schönes Buch… Ich hab tatsächlich länger drin gelesen, weil es mich an meine Kindheit erinnert. Ich empfehle es sehr.
[Quelle: Markus Lanz, ZDF]

(…) Krassnitzer hat (…) ein sehr einnehmendes Vorwort geschrieben.
[Quelle: BOOKREVIEWS.AT]

Krassnitzer bietet mit dem schmalen Band ein Kleinod, das uns in den kalten Wintertagen begleiten sollte. (…) Unbedingt als Lektüre zwischen den Jahren zu empfehlen.
[Quelle: Christiane Spary, EVANGELISCHES LITERATURPORTAL]

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