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by Marlen Haushofer

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ISBN:
3423113618
Author:
Marlen Haushofer
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
German
Publisher:
Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag (DTV) (1996)
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1105 kb
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Find nearly any book by MARLEN HAUSHOFER. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9783546000055 (978-3-546-00005-5) Hardcover, Claassen Verlag, 1992. Find signed collectible books: 'Die Wand.

Marlen Haushofer née Marie Helene Frauendorfer (11 April 1920 – 21 March 1970) was an Austrian author, most famous for her novel The Wall. Marie Helene Frauendorfer was born in Frauenstein in Upper Austria

Marlen Haushofer née Marie Helene Frauendorfer (11 April 1920 – 21 March 1970) was an Austrian author, most famous for her novel The Wall. Marie Helene Frauendorfer was born in Frauenstein in Upper Austria. She attended Catholic boarding school in Linz, and went on to study German literature in Vienna and in Graz. After her school years she settled in Steyr.

Marlen Haushofer was born in Frauenstein, Molln, Austria on April the 11th, 1920

Marlen Haushofer is a rare talent as the slow drip of her sweat, blood, coagulates into a work that simmers to a boil. Marlen Haushofer was born in Frauenstein, Molln, Austria on April the 11th, 1920. She went to a Catholic gymnasium that was turned in a public school under the Nazi regime.

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The success of the book was immediate

The success of the book was immediate. Martha Haushofer then contacted Professor August von Drygalski (University of Munich) so that her husband could take courses in geography and finish a doctoral thesis on Japan. From this moment on, Haushofer was both an artillery officer and professor at the University. Haushofer wanted to free the three great peoples of the future, namely the Germans, the Russians, and the Japanese, from the strangulation that the Anglo-Saxon powers had prepared for them.

Haushofer, Marlen, 1920-1970.

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