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Various - Ingeborg Bachmann Preis 1977-1982 Album


1VariousAusschnitt aus der Diskussion über den Text von Ulrich Plenzdorf: Juroren: A. Muschg, H. Vormweg, G. Fussenegger
Other – Adolf Muschg, Gertrud Fussenegger, Heinrich Vormweg
2Ingeborg BachmannIngeborg Bachmann: "Die Wahrheit Ist Dem Menschen Zumutbar" - Ausschnitt Aus Der Rede Zur Verleihung Des Hörspielpreises der Kriegsblinden Für Ihr Hörspiel: "Der Gute Gott Von Manhattan" (Bonn, 17. 3. 1959)
3Gert HofmannIngeborg Bachmann Preis 1979: Ausschnitt Aus Der Lesung Des Preisträgers Gert Hofmann
4Jürg AmannLesung Des Preisträgers 1982 Jürg Amann: "RONDO"
5VariousAusschnitt Aus Der Diskussion Über Den Text Von Sten Nadolny: Juroren: U. Greiner, P. Härtling
Other – Peter Härtling, Ulrich Greiner
6Ulrich PlenzdorfIngeborg Bachmann Preis 1978: Ausschnitt Aus Der Lesung Des Preisträgers Ulrich Plenzdorf
7Sten NadolnyIngeborg Bachmann Preis 1980: Ausschnitt Aus der Lesung Des Preisträgers Sten Nadolny
8Urs JaeggiIngeborg Bachmann Preis 1981: Ausschnitt Aus Der Lesung Des Preisträgers Urs Jaeggi
9Gert JonkeIngeborg Bachmann Preis 1977: Ausschnitt Aus Der Lesung Des Preisträgers Gert Jonke
10Ingeborg BachmannIngeborg Bachmann: "Die Wahrheit Ist Den Menschen Zumutbar" - Ausschnitt Aus Der Rede Zur Verleihung Des Hörspielpreises Der Kriegsblinden Für Ihr Hörspiel "Der Gute Gott Von Manhattan" (Bonn, 17. 3. 1959)
11VariousPreisvergabe Des Ingeborg Bachmann Preises 1980: Juroren: R. Becker, A. Brandstetter, H. Fink, G. Fussenegger, W. Jens, K. Kahl, J. Kaiser, R. W. Leonhardt, M. Reich-Ranicki, H. Spiel, H. Vormweg, O. F. Walter, E. Willner
Other – Alois Brandstetter, Ernst Willner, Gertrud Fussenegger, Heinrich Vormweg, Hilde Spiel, Humbert Fink, Joachim Kaiser , Kurt Kahl, Marcel Reich-Ranicki, O. F. Walter, Rolf Becker , Rudolf Walter Leonhardt, Walter Jens


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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A ): 120 587 A AN 720 LH
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): TN 720 120587 B LH


Austrian literature price, named after Ingeborg Bachmann Initiated by her city of birth, Klagenfurt in 1977, organized, recorded and broadcasted by ORF Studio Klagenfurt. The jury was led from 1977 to 1986 by Marcel Reich-Ranicki. The contest counts as one of the most reknown prices in the German speaking literature scene. Also Deutschlandfunk and 3sat sponsor the event in sub-sections. Ingeborg Bachmann 25 June 1926 17 October 1973 was an Austrian poet and author. Bachmann was born in Klagenfurt, in the Austrian state of Carinthia, the daughter of a headmaster. She studied philosophy, psychology, German philology, and law at the universities of Innsbruck, Graz, and Vienna. In 1949, she received her Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Vienna with her dissertation titled The Critical Reception of the Existential Philosophy of Martin Heidegger her thesis adviser was. Der Ingeborg-Bachmann-Preis 1982 war der sechste Wettbewerb um den Literaturpreis. Der Lesemarathon fand zum letzten Mal im Rahmen der Woche der Begegnung im Klagenfurter Stadthaus statt. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Ingeborg-Bachmann-Preis 1982. Ingeborg Bachmann Award 1982 Q1662848. From Wikidata. Jump to navigation Jump to search. No description defined. Also known as. Ingeborg Bachmann Award 1982. instance of. Festival of German-Language Literature. 0 references. award ceremony. The prestigious Ingeborg Bachmann Prize has been awarded annually since 1977. The University of Londons Institute of Modern Languages Research honors Bachmanns contributions to literature with the Ingeborg Bachmann Center for Austrian Literature, a center for the study of 20th-century Austrian literature. Ingeborg Bachmann-prisen nn פרס אינגבורג בכמן he Ingeborg Bachmann Prisen da prix Ingeborg-Bachmann fr Jornades de Literatura en Llengua Alemanya ca Ingeborg-Bachmann-Preis gsw Премія Інгеборг Бахманн uk Ingeborg Bachmann Prize en Ingeborg Bachmann-prisen nb Cena Ingeborg Bachmannové cs Ingeborg-Bachmann-Preis de Literaturpreis, 1976 von der Stadt Klagenfurt in Gedenken an die Schriftstellerin Ingeborg Bachmann gestiftet de ドイツの文学賞 ja osztrák irodalmi díj hu německé literární ocenění cs German literary award en tysk litteraturpris nn tysk litte. Ingeborg Bachmann. Graffiti portrait of Bachmann by Jef Aérosol at the Robert Musil Museum in Klagenfurt. The Ingeborg Bachmann Prize, awarded annually in Klagenfurt since 1977, is named after her. Poetry collections. Bachmann-Preis - Tage der deutschsprachigen Literatur. Retrieved 25 November 2013. External links. Requiem for Ingeborg Bachmann - Young Vulgarians. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Ingeborg Bachmann June 25, 1926 - October 17, 1973 was an Austrian poet and author. Bachmann's work primarily focuses on themes like personal boundaries, establishment of the truth, and philosophy of language, the latter in the tradition of Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. Her doctoral dissertation expresses her growing disillusionment with Heidegerrian Existentialism, which was in part resolved through her growing interest in Wittgenstein, whose Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus significantly influenced her relationship to language. The prestigious Ingeborg Bachmann Pr read more. Number of Pages. 264 Pages. Reading Ingeborg Bachmann necessarily entails abandoning the terms of one's own comfort, following in her enterprise of seeing everything, covering over nothing that might terrify or make the ordinary life impossible to live. And yet, in the beauty of her images, in her belief in a merciful natural order-from which the moral, thinking human is almost entirely cut off-there is tremendous affirmation of the world

Various - Ingeborg Bachmann Preis 1977-1982 Album
Ingeborg Bachmann Preis 1977-1982
FLAC size:
2693 mb
MP3 size:
1930 mb
WMA size:
1915 mb
Poetry, Spoken Word
Catalog №:
120 587
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