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by Gert Hofmann

eBook Die Fistelstimme: Roman (German Edition) download ISBN: 370170242X
Author: Gert Hofmann
Publisher: Residenz Verl (1980)
Language: German
Pages: 252
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Find nearly any book by Gert Hofmann. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9783446176843 (978-3-446-17684-3) Hardcover, C. Hanser, 1994.

Gert Hofmann was a German writer and professor of German literature. Hofmann began his career as a writer of radio plays, becoming a novelist later in life after his return to Germany. He subsequently received several literary awards during his lifetime including the eis (1979), the Alfred-Döblin-Preis (1982), the Hörspielpreis der Kriegsblinden (1983) and the Literaturpreis der Stadt München (1993).

Gert Hofmann (29 January 1931 – 1 July 1993) was a German writer and professor of German literature. Hofmann was born and grew up in Limbach, Saxony (Germany) which, after World War II, became part of East Germany

Gert Hofmann (29 January 1931 – 1 July 1993) was a German writer and professor of German literature. Hofmann was born and grew up in Limbach, Saxony (Germany) which, after World War II, became part of East Germany. In 1948, he moved with his family to Leipzig. There, he attended a school for translators and interpreters, studying English and Russian.

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Gert Hofmann, German novelist who examined morality and the resonances of Nazism in postwar Germany. Hofmann studied at the Universities of Leipzig and Freiburg and taught in Austria, England, and the United States. Honoré de Balzac and Casanova are among the historical figures represented in the four stories of Hofmann’s Gespräch über Balzacs Pferd (1981; Balzac’s Horse and Other Stories).

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AMONG German writers of the 1980s Gert Hofmann had the unusual distinction of being at once acclaimed and .

AMONG German writers of the 1980s Gert Hofmann had the unusual distinction of being at once acclaimed and invisible. In one respect that first novel, Die Fistelstimme, sets a pattern: when a fraught German Lektor (univeristy lecturer) recalls 24 disabling, threatening hours in Ljubljana, autobiography and fiction seem to overlap - Hofmann was Lektor to that same town. But the overlaps are more deceptive than real, the narrator is distanced, more inclined to question experience than simply to report it.

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