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Sebald, W. G. (Winfried Georg), 1944-2001

LC control no.n 85152532
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPT2681.E18
Personal name headingSebald, W. G. (Winfried Georg), 1944-2001
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Variant(s)Sebald, Winfried Georg, 1944-2001
זבאלד, וו. 1944-2001
Sebald, Max, 1944-2001
Other standard no.0000000122760797
Birth date1944-05-14
Death date2001-12-14
Place of birthWertach (Germany)
Place of deathNorwich (England)
AffiliationUniversity of East Anglia
Profession or occupationCollege teachers
University and college faculty members
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Found inHis Die Beschreibung des Unglücks, c1985: title page (W.G. Sebald) jacket (M.A., Doctor of Philosophy, born 1944)
Unerzählt, c2003: (W.G. Sebald) page 74 (died Dec. 14, 2001)
LC data base, 12-31-85 (access point: Sebald, Winfried Georg, 1944- ; usage: Winfried Georg Sebald)
Who2, via WWW, Sep. 15, 2005 (W. G. Sebald; Winfried Georg Maximilian Sebald; lived in England; professor at University of East Anglia; died in an automobile crash in 2001)
OCLC, Nov. 15, 2013 (access points: Sebald, Winfried Georg, 1944-2001; Sebald, Winfried Georg, 1944- ; Sebald, Winfried Georg; Sebald, Winfried; Sebald, Winfried G.; usage: W.G. Sebald; Winfried Georg Sebald)
Wikipedia, Nov. 15, 2013: W.G. Sebald (W.G. (Winfried Georg) "Max" Sebald; born 14 May 1944 in Wertach, Bavaria; died 14 Dec. 2001 near Norwich, England)
Wikipedia, German version, Nov. 15, 2013: W.G. Sebald (born Winfried Georg Sebald; Sebald refused to use his names "Winfried" and "Georg"; "Winfried" for him was "a real Nazi name"; he had friends and family call him "Max")
T: New York Times style magazine, Dec. 5, 2021: in an article entitled "The magician's flight" on page 104 ([Miyazaki] shares this troubled inheritance with the writer W.G. Sebald, born in 1944 in the Bavarian Alps, who had to grapple with his father's past as a soldier in Hitler's Wehrmacht)
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