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West German poetry in the eighties

West German poetry in the eighties

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Published by Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, N.J .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translated from the German.

StatementJohn Linthicum, guest editor ; Garth Luetkemeier, Claudia Schaller, assistant guest editors.
SeriesLiterary review -- vol. 33, no. 1
ContributionsLinthicum, John., Luetkemeier, Garth., Schaller, Claudia.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17311757M

  In the US there were several US vets who went on to become very good poets: Louis Simpson, Richard Wilbur, Randall Jerrell, etc. I was wondering if there were any German counterparts. Quite frankly I know very little about post-WWII German poetry in general, and even less about any which might have been written by veterans. Best wishes. Get this from a library! The emergence of West German poetry from the Second World War into the early post-war period: a study in poetic response. [Anthony Bushell].

No matter the language, poems hold a special place in people’s hearts. The same is true with German poems. Poetry by German greats Goethe, Bertolt Brecht, Heinrich Heine, and so many others, continue to be read and loved today. If you’re looking for short German poems that you can easily memorize by heart, this article is a good place to start. This list contains the names of individuals (of any ethnicity or nationality) who wrote poetry in the German language. Most are identified as "German poets", but some are not German. Contents.

In West Berlin people could listen to the news from both the West and the East, or watch television programs from both sides of the Iron Curtain. Looking back Wolfgang Müller has written a book.   Charles Hamilton Sorley died in at the age of 20, killed by a sniper in the Battle of left a small, uneven but often impressive body of poems, first published as a collection Author: Carol Rumens.


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