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Henning Mankell

Geburtstag: 3. Februar 1948
Todesdatum: 5. Oktober 2015

Henning Mankell [ˌhɛnːiŋ ˈmaŋːkəl] war ein schwedischer Schriftsteller und Theaterregisseur. Bekanntheit erlangte er im deutschsprachigen Raum vor allem durch seine Krimi-Reihe mit Kommissar Kurt Wallander.

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„Die Stille nach dem Ausbruch war ohrenbetäubend.“ Mörder ohne Gesicht. Übersetzer: Barbara Sirges, Paul Berf. München, 1999. ISBN 3-423-20232-7

„Manche Menschen werden von Hähnen geweckt, andere davon, dass die Stille zu groß ist.“ Hunde von Riga, S. 251. Übersetzer: Barbara Sirges, Paul Berf. München, 2000. ISBN 3-423-20700-0


„Leben hat seine Zeit, und Sterben hat seine Zeit.“ Mörder ohne Gesicht, S. 14, S. 193, S. 334. Übersetzer: Barbara Sirges, Paul Berf. München, 1999. ISBN 3-423-20232-7''

„Oder lassen sich Träume nicht wieder zu neuem Leben erwecken? Vielleicht bleiben Träume wie Menschen auf immer tot.“ Hunde von Riga, S. 246. Übersetzer: Barbara Sirges, Paul Berf. München, 2000. ISBN 3-423-20700-0

„Es kann zuweilen von Vorteil sein, rückwärts zu gehen wie der Krebs.“ Vorwort zu 'Wallanders erster Fall'. Übersetzer: Wolfgang Butt. München, 2004. ISBN 3-423-20700-0

„Police work wouldn't be possible without coffee," Wallander said.
"No work would be possible without coffee."
They pondered the importance of coffee in silence.“
One Step Behind

„To grow up is to wonder about things; to be grown up is to slowly forget the things you wondered about as a child.“ When the Snow Fell

„People always leave traces. No person is without a shadow.“ The Troubled Man


„It was a clear, starry night, dead calm. Whenever I see a sky
like that, I wish I could write music“
Italian Shoes

„Many people make the mistake of confusing information with knowledge. They are not the same thing. Knowledge involves the interpretation of information. Knowledge involves listening.“

„You forget what you want to remember and remember what you would prefer to forget.“ The Troubled Man

„He was so excessively polite that Wallendar suspected he had endured many humiliations in his life.“ The Dogs of Riga


„I know paradise has many gates, just as hell does. One has to learn to distinguish between them, or one is lost.“ The Dogs of Riga

„You think you know everything about a person, but the truth often comes as a surprise.“ Before the Frost

„We’re always being made promises,’ she said. ‘You make them yourself
and you listen to others giving theirs. Politicians are always going
on about providing a better quality of life for people as they get older,
and a health service in which nobody ever gets bedsores. Banks promise
you high interest rates, some food promises to make you lose weight if
you eat it, and body creams guarantee old age with fewer wrinkles. Life
is quite simply a matter of cruising along in your own little boat through
a constantly changing but never-ending stream of promises. And how
many do we remember? We forget the ones we would like to remember,
and we remember the ones we’d prefer to forget.“
Italian Shoes

„It’s only when we can work with something that brings out our strengths that we’re of any real use.“ The Fifth Woman

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