Roger Lewinter


Roger Lewinter was born in Montauban, France, in 1941, to Austrian Jewish parents. The family moved to Switzerland during the war, and he has lived much of his life in Geneva. For more than forty years he has worked as a writer (of both literary and scholarly works), an editor, and a translator (of Georg Groddeck, Karl Kraus, Elias Canetti, Robert Walser, and Rilke, among others). Among his dozen books are three works of fiction.


Two Lines, Issue 21

Antonio Tabucchi, Martha Cooley, et al.


Story of Love in Solitude

Roger Lewinter


The Attraction of Things

Roger Lewinter