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The author of the book: Siegfried Lenz
Edition: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag
Date of issue: 2006
ISBN 13: 9783423134132
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The size of the: 29.74 MB
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Der Roman Heimatmuseum von Siegfried Lenz erschien im Jahr 1978. Der großangelegte Roman ist stark autobiographisch geprägt und schildert den Einfluss des Krieges auf das schöne und friedliche Masuren, das zwischen die Fronten beider Weltkriege gerät.
Ähnlich wie sein früheres Werk "So zärtlich war Suleyken" ist dieser Roman eine Liebeserklärung an seine Heimat. In ausführlichen Beschreibungen der Menschen und ihrer Bräuche sowie der Landschaft, lässt Siegfried Lenz das alte Masuren wiederauferstehen, so dass der Roman selbst zu einer Art Heimatmuseum für Masuren wird.
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Read information about the authorSiegfried Lenz (1926 - 2014) was a German author who wrote twelve novels and produced several collections of short stories, essays, and plays for radio and the theatre. He was awarded the Goethe Prize in Frankfurt-am-Main on the 250th Anniversary of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's birth. Lenz and his wife, Liselotte, also exchanged over 100 letters with Paul Celan and his wife, Gisèle Lestrange between 1952 and 1961.
Lenz was the son of a customs officer in Lyck (Elk), East Prussia. After his graduation exam in 1943, he was drafted into the navy. According to documents released in June 2007, he may have joined the Nazi party on the 12th of July 1943. Shortly before the end of World War II, he defected to Denmark, but became a prisoner of war in Schleswig-Holstein.
After his release, he attended the University of Hamburg, where he studied philosophy, English, and Literary history. His studies were cut off early, however, as he became an intern for the daily paper Die Welt, and served as its editor from 1950 to 1951. It was there he met his future wife, Liselotte (d. February 5, 2006). They were married in 1949.
Since 1951, Lenz worked as a freelance writer in Hamburg and was a member of the literature forum "Group 47." Together with Günter Grass, he became engaged with the Social Democratic Party and aided the Ostpolitik of Willy Brandt. A champion of the movement, he was invited in 1970 to the signing of the German-Polish Treaty.
Since 2003, Lenz was a visiting professor at the Düsseldorf Heinrich Heine University and a member of the organization for German orthography and proper speech.
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