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by Gerhard F. Probst,Jay F. Bodine

eBook Perspectives on Max Frisch download ISBN: 0813114381
Author: Gerhard F. Probst,Jay F. Bodine
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky; First Edition edition (December 31, 1982)
Language: English
Pages: 232
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism

The Max Frisch Archive was preceded by the launch of the Max Frisch Foundation in 1979

Perspectives on Max Frisch. Gerhard F. Probst, Jay F. Bodine.

Perspectives on Max Frisch. But, although several of his works - novels and plays - have been translated into English, he remains little known in America. In this collection of essays an international group of scholars provides a fresh introduction to this noted author.

Perspectives on Max Frisch book. Published by: University Press of Kentucky.

Recommended Citation. Probst, Gerhard F. and Bodine, Jay . "Perspectives on Max Frisch" (1982).

But, although several of his works- novels and plays-have been translated into English, he remains little known in America. Recommended Citation. edu/upk german literature/4. Read Sample Off-campus Download.

Probst, Gerhard . Bodine, Jay F. ISBN-13.

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Max Frischs Homo faber ist eines der wichtigsten und meistgelesenen Bücher des 20.

Arrested and imprisoned in a small Swiss town, a prisoner begins this book with an exclamation: "I'm not Stiller!" He claims that his name is Jim White, that he has been jailed under false charges and under the wrong identity. To prove he is who he claims to be, he confesses to three unsolved murders and recalls in great detail an adventuresome life in America and Mexico among cowboys and peasants, in back alleys and docks. Max Frischs Homo faber ist eines der wichtigsten und meistgelesenen Bücher des 20. Jahrhunderts: Der Ingenieur Walter Faber glaubt an sein rationales Weltbild, das aber durch eine Liebesgeschichte‹ nachhaltig zerbricht.

But, although several of his works - novels and plays - have been translated into English, he remains little known in America.

1982, 226-page, hardcover technical study, published by the University Press of Kentucky. This title presents a collection of essays in reference to the work of Max Frisch, the Swiss writer whose dramas, narratives, and diaries have gained an international reputation. Frisch, along with Friedrich Durrenmatt, are rightly regarded as the two outstanding representatives of contemporary Swiss literature. This volume, for the first time, presents the complete bibliography on Frisch, the first such listing in English.