Who was Ingeborg Bachmann?

Who was Ingeborg Bachmann?

She was… Born in Klagenfurt, Carinthia, Austrian poet and writer Ingeborg Bachmann saw Nazi troops march through her town when she was 12 years old. She was educated at the universities of Innsbruck, Graz, and Vienna, where she earned a PhD.

When was Ingeborg Bachmann’s work published?

Introductions to Bachmann’s work appear in Ingeborg Bachmann and Christa Wolf: Selected Prose and Drama(1998, edited by Patricia A. Herminghouse) and Last Living Words: The Ingeborg Bachmann Reader(2005, translated by Lilian Friedberg). A four-volume edition of Bachmann’s work was published in 1978.

What is the Ingeborg Bachmann Prize?

The prestigious Ingeborg Bachmann Prize has been awarded annually since 1977. The University of London’s Institute of Modern Languages Research honors Bachmann’s contributions to literature with the Ingeborg Bachmann Center for Austrian Literature, a center for the study of 20th-century Austrian literature. Poems by Ingeborg Bachmann