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Fallada, Hans, 1893-1947

LC control no.n 50059889
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPT2607.I6
Personal name headingFallada, Hans, 1893-1947
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Variant(s)Ditzen, Rudolf, 1893-1947
P Ľalada, Hans, 1893-1947
Birth date1893-07-21
Death date1947-02-05
Place of birthGreifswald (Germany)
Place of deathBerlin (Germany)
Profession or occupationNovelists
Found inLittle man, what now? 1933: t.p. (Hans Fallada)
BL database 13 Mar. 2009 (hdg.: Fallada, Hans, pseud. [i.e. Rudolf Wilhelm Friedrich Ditzen.])
Fallada, Hans. A small circus, 2015: title page (Hans Fallada), page preceding title page (Hans Fallada was born Rudolf Wilhelm Adolf Ditzen in 1893 in Greifswald, north-eastern Germany, and took his pen name from a Brothers Grimm fairy tale. He spent much of his life in prison or in psychiatric care, yet produced some of the most significant German novels of the twentieth century, including Little Man, What Now?, Iron Gustav, Once a Jailbird, The Drinker, and Alone in Berlin, the last of which was only published in English for the first time in 2009, to near-universal acclaim. He died in Berlin in 1947)
Wikipedia, March 10, 2015: Hans Fallada (Hans Fallada (born Rudolf Wilhelm Friedrich Ditzen; 21 July 1893--5 February 1947) was a German writer of the first half of the 20th century. Some of his better known novels include Little Man, What Now? (1932) and Every Man Dies Alone (1947))
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