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  • I was just wondering if you've read a book called 'Stasiland', written by Anna Funder - I actually wrote a blog about it not so long ago, funnily enough named 'Stasiland'.

    Carrying Jackie's Torch by Steve Jacobson

  • In "Stasiland," writer Anna Funder talks to former members of the Stasi -- the communist East German security apparatus -- and to the people whose lives they destroyed.


  • In "Stasiland," Anna Funder interviews a transfixing cast of characters from the country's horrifying past.

    Windows on the Cold War

  • Meanwhile Anna Funder – the highly acclaimed author of 2003's Stasiland: Stories from Behind the Berlin Wall, which was shortlisted for the Guardian first book award – is back at last, after a seven-year absence, this time with All That I Am, a novel about anti-fascist activists risking their lives to warn the world about Hitler, said to be based very closely on a true story.

    Frankfurt book fair finds publishers in buoyant mood

  • Geoffrey Macnab talks with several people about The Lives of Others, among them, Anna Funder, author of Stasiland, who tells him, Of course a movie can give us psychological satisfactions that real life can't - the happy end, or, as here, the change of heart.

    GreenCine Daily: Weekend shorts.

  • Anna Funder, author of Stasiland, on The Lives of Others: It is a superb film, a thing of beauty.

    GreenCine Daily: Books, 5/9.

  • Her name is Anna Funder and the book is Stasiland.

    Stasiland and The Lives of Others

  • The latest addition to my Amazon. ca wish list (ahem) is Stasiland by Australian journalist Anna Funder, who interviews former East German Stasi (secret police) informants and their victims.

    Daimnation!: "Stasiland"

  • A first novel from the author of the Samuel Johnson prize-winning Stasiland. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The Australian writer Anna Funder follows her Samuel Johnson Prize-winning Stasiland with a novel challenging the frontiers between historical fact and the creative imagination.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed


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  • In a Guardian article, slang for East Germany, and its former Stasi.

    February 3, 2014