After World War I, Kurt Tucholsky developed into an outstanding author of the Weimar Republic who was highly critical of the times: A storyteller, poet, satirist, pacifist publisher. The exhibition introduces a poet who thought on a European level and invites us to conduct a critical encounter with ourselves. Personal objects, letters, autographs, program brochures, magazines, documents, photos and books, his desk as well as the death mask of the poet convey authentic impressions. Visitors are invited to check out changing art exhibitions and literary readings. The museum also initiated and manages the literature scholarship "Writer-in-residence in Rheinsberg". An extensive archive as well as large library are also part of the Literature Museum in Rheinsberg Palace.
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