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Die Fieberkurve by Friedrich Glauser 1 edition published in in German and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Matto regiert sowie "Kif", gelesen von Friedrich Glauser by Friedrich Glauser Recording 4 editions published in in German and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Radio play produced for Swiss Radio of Friedrich Glauser's murder mystery, crime novel, Matto regiert followed by Kif read by the author.
Der Chinese by Friedrich Glauser 1 edition published in in German and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Festtage und andere Katastrophen: Elsi, die seltsame Magd: Grzimek is a member of International PEN has won a number of literary prizes. Works Berger, Stillstand des Herzens, translated as Heartstop: Uta-Maria Heim born 14 October is a German writer.
Life Heim was born in Schramberg in Germany on 14 October She went to the University at Freiberg studying literature and sociology before taking her master's degree in Stuttgart. She then worked as a critic for the newspaper Stuttgarter Zeitung. By she was a freelance writer creating radio plays, poems, plays and crime novels based in southern Germany. Although Tages-Anzeiger is a national newspaper, it focuses mainly on the Zurich region. Swiss literature may be split into four parts based on the language of the author, although some authors may write in multiple languages.
Years link to corresponding "[year] in poetry" articles. The archives were founded in and are located in the building of the Swiss National Library.
The Swiss Literary Archives today contain around important literary estates and premortal-estates and about partial estates and collections, including material from: February 4 is the 35th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are days remaining until the end of the year in leap years.
This day marks the approximate midpoint of winter in the Northern Hemisphere and of summer in the Southern Hemisphere starting the season at the December solstice. He leaves the empire in the control of his two quarrelling sons. The Gold Dagger is an award given annually by the Crime Writers' Association of the United Kingdom since for the best crime novel of the year. From to , the organization named their top honor as the Crossed Red Herring Award.
From to the award acquired sponsorship from Macallan and was known as the Macallan Gold Dagger. It was the biggest crime-fiction award in the world in monetary terms. In , Duncan Lawrie Bank quietly withdrew its sponsorship of the awards. When Duncan Lawrie acquired sponsorship, this award was dropped. After the sponsorship was withdrawn, this award was not reinstated. The Crime Writers' Association also awa Zarli Carigiet 5 August — 6 May was a Swiss actor and comedian. He was the younger brother of the artist and illustrator Alois Carigiet. His father was a farmer in Trun in the canton of Grisons, and had served as magistrate in the district of Disentis.
In the late s and early s, Zarli worked as a graphic designer for his brother's atelier in Zurich. Carigiet's comical talent was discovered by Walter Lesch, a comedy writer and the artistic director of the sati This list contains the names of persons of any ethnicity or nationality who wrote fiction, essays, or plays in the German language. It includes both living and deceased writers. Most of the medieval authors are alphabetized by their first name, not by their sobriquet. An RABDe at speed. The train sets were a joint development by Bombardier, Swiss Federal Railways and Alstom, with an aerodynamic body designed by Pininfarina, bogies and tilting mechanism designed by the then SIG, Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft.
The RABDe often run with two complete compositions, each with seven carriages, both including a dining car. The outer four of the seven carriages are second Karina Urbach is a German historian with a special interest in the Third Reich — In Urbach took part in uncovering a film clip of the British royal family maki The wide assortment of writers from all around the country is intended to represent 20th century Swiss literature by showcasing twenty of the most important Swiss writers.
Readings with famous international writers including Salman Rushdie and Ian McEwan were organized at the same time Production and Editing of the volumes One volume was issued every two weeks between 9 December and the middle of May The hardback books are high It consists of a closed part and a number of minimum security habitation units.
Former prisoners who are yet to find employment are also allowed to work on these farms. History The Witzwil prison was a brainchild of Otto Kellerhals, who also served as the institution's first director in The farms of the prison are on what was formerly a part of the huge marshlands called Grand Marais. It was realized that the land parcels could be reclaimed for agriculture through the Jura water correction. In Public Notary Witz from Erlach bought the whole land, which henceforth took up h Lukas Ammann 29 September — 3 May was a Swiss actor who appeared mainly in German and Swiss films and television shows.
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He continued to work steadily for over 60 years. He is best known for his title role in the German television series Graf Yoster. Early life Lukas Amann's mother was a singer and his father a painter. After he saw Schiller's The Robbers at grammar school in Basel, he aspired to be an actor.follow url
In , he left Germany with Heinrich Gretler for Switzerland. Because of his Jewish mother, he was discriminated against even in Switzerland. In , he participated under Kurt Hirschfeld in the role of the attorney in the premiere of Herr Puntila und sein Knecht Matti. Guest performances and tours led him to stages i This is a list of people associated with the modern Switzerland and the Old Swiss Confederacy.
Regardless of ethnicity or emigration, the list includes notable natives of Switzerland and its predecessor states as well as people who were born elsewhere but spent most of their active life in Switzerland. For more information see the articles Swiss people and Demographics of Switzerland. Archaeology Eric Breuer, archaeologist Ferdinand Keller — , archaeologist Heinrich Menu von Minutoli — , archaeologist Jean-Marc Moret born , archaeologist and art historian Fritz Puempin — , archeologist and painter Karl Schefold — , classical archaeologist Architecture Francesco Borromini Adolphe Appia — , architect and scenic designer Hans Auer — , known for his design of the Federal Palace Erwin Friedrich Baumann — , architect and sculptor Hans Benno Bernoulli — , architect Melchior Berri — , a Hugo Marti — was a Swiss Germanist, writer and literary editor.
Initially he studied law, but in switched to German studies literature and linguistics. His studies were several times interrupted by periods spent in Norway and Romania where he supported himself by working as a home tutor. He eventually obtained his doctorate from the University of Bern in with a dissertation on the language used in the Swiss Civil Code. Here many of his more satirical contributions appeared under the pseudonym, "Bepp": Bepp's true identity became known only after the writer's death.
As literary editor he was supportive of younger authors such as Friedrich Glauser and Kurt Guggenheim, and acted as a counter-weight The Diogenes Verlag short: Diogenes is a Swiss publisher in Zurich, founded in by Daniel Keel, with a focus on literature, plays and cartoons. It has been managed since by the founder's son, Philipp Keel.
History Daniel Keel, who founded the publishing house in , chose the name of the philosopher Diogenes, arguing "I found Diogenes especially appealing because he battled against every sort of convention not just theoretically but also in his lifestyle. And what really pleases me: In Keel moved the business to an office. Two years later, he had 12 employees.
Undine is an opera, with spoken dialogue, in three acts by the German composer and author E. Undine was Hoffmann's greatest operatic success and a major influence on the development of German Romantic opera. Carl Maria von Weber's enthusiastic review of the opera admired it as 'an art work complete in itself, in which partial contributions of the related and collaborating arts blend together, disappear, and, in disappearing, somehow form a new world'.
There is a recording including the spoken dialogue by the Choir and Symphony Orchestra of the Bavarian Radio, conductor: Rita Streich, Hulbrand von Ringstetten: Karl Christian Kohn, Ein alter Fischer: Max Proebstl, Seine Frau: History and publishing fields A group of young historians documented the history of the Swiss labor movement, but their publication had failed at two publishers, which is why the team of authors decided to do it theirself and established their own publishing house. Its first publication was Schweizerische Arbeiterbewegung, a documentation that still is handled as a standard reference work related to the Swiss labour movement.
He authored a number of fictional and non-fictional works. Faschinger studied literature, history, and English at the University of Graz, earning a doctorate in English literature. Faschinger's first novel Die neue Scheherazade The New Scheherazade attracted considerable critical recognition when it appeared in Her fiction includes a feminist critique of Austrian society and customs.
He authored a number of fictional and non-fictional works as well as an opera scenario. The early years in Frankfurt — Richard Plant was born Richard Plaut in Frankfurt am Main to Meta and Theodor Plaut, a practicing physician who served for many years as a Social Democratic city council alderman.
While his parents were religiously non-observant and largely assimilated, his paternal grandfather, Dr. Rudolf Plaut, was a Reform rabbi. Acute respiratory distress syndrome ARDS is type of respiratory failure characterized by rapid onset of widespread inflammation in the lungs. In the family moved to Schierstein, adjacent to Wiesbaden, where he attended a humanities-focused gymnasium from to As a young man, he was at loggerheads with his father, an Evangelical Lutheran pastor who admired Adolf Hitler and hoisted the swastika flag at his church well prior to the Nazi takeover in His main protagonists are Winnetou and Old Shatterhand.
May also wrote poetry, a play, and composed music; he was a proficient player of several musical instruments.
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Many of his works were adapted for film, stage, audio dramas and comics. Later in his career, May turned to philosophical and spiritual genres. He is one of the best-selling German writers of all time with about million copies worldwide. He had thirteen siblings of whom nine died in infancy.
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During his school years, he received tuition in musi Gershenzon studies the biochemistry of secondary plant metabolites, their mode of action on herbivores, the regulation of secondary metabolisms in plants and the evolution of pathways. Awards and honors National Science Founda The Jahrhundertring Centenary Ring was the production of Richard Wagner's Ring Cycle, Der Ring des Nibelungen, at the Bayreuth Festival in , celebrating the centenary of both the festival and the first performance of the complete cycle.
The cycle was shown first in , then in the following years until It was filmed for television in and While the first performance caused "a near-riot" for its brash modernity, the staging established a standard, termed Regietheater director's theater , for later productions. Centenary Festival director Wolfgang Wagner selected the composer Pierre Boulez as the conductor for the centenary celebration of Wagner's most complex work, which had been first performed at the first Bayreuth festival. A key patron of chivalric sagas.
Starting in the thirteenth century with Norse translations of French chansons de geste and Latin romances and histories, the genre expanded in Iceland to indigenous creations in a similar style. Receiving little attention from scholars of Old Norse literature, many remain untranslated.
The most comprehensive guide to the manuscripts, editions, translations, and secondary literature of this body of sagas is Kalinke and Mitchell's Bibliography of Old Norse-Icelandic Romances.
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