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  • ISBN 3518021125
  • ISBN13 978-3518021125
  • Language German
  • Author Jurek Becker
  • Publisher Suhrkamp Taschenbuch; 1. Aufl edition (1978)
  • Pages 157
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  • Size ePub 1108 kb
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Jurek Becker (probably 30 September 1937 – 14 March 1997) was a Polish-born German writer, film-author and GDR dissident. His most famous novel is Jacob the Liar, which has been made into two films. He lived in Łódź during World War II for about two.

Jurek Becker (probably 30 September 1937 – 14 March 1997) was a Polish-born German writer, film-author and GDR dissident. He lived in Łódź during World War II for about two years and survived the Holocaust. Jurek Becker was born, probably, in 1937. His birth date is not entirely clear because his father gave a birth date that was intended to protect the child from deportation

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An East German schoolteacher, is jolted into an awareness of his mortality by a seeming heart attack. An East German schoolteacher, is jolted into an awareness of his mortality by a seeming heart attack. The actions he takes afterword put him on a collisioin course with the state in which he has painlessly, if numbly, lived his life. The rusults, while harsh, are not unwelcome as he finds a new vitality in a world seen through new eyes. Translated by Leila Vennewitz.

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Schlaflose Tage marks a turning point for Jurek Becker: it is the only one of his novels which was never published in the . Jurek Beckers zweiter Roman, Irreführung der Behörden (1973), wurde wesentlich weniger enthusiastisch aufgenommen als sein Erstling Jakob der Lügner (1969).

Schlaflose Tage marks a turning point for Jurek Becker: it is the only one of his novels which was never published in the GDR, and after its failure to gain authorisation in 1977, Becker left the GDR. The publishing negotiations.

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Jurek Becker was born, probably, in 1937. Becker was primarily a novelist, but he also wrote film and TV scripts. Schlaflose Tage (1978). Nach der ersten Zukunft (1980) – short story collection. His birth date is not entirely clear because his father gave a birth date that was intended to protect the child from deportation. After the war Becker was claimed by a father, but Jurek was never sure if he was his real father, and who said he no longer remembered Jurek's correct birth date. Several of his novels deal with the victims of the Holocaust: Jakob der Lügner, Der Boxer, and Bronsteins Kinder. Jakob der Lügner remains his most successful work.

German writer, film-author and GDR dissident.

Schlaflose Tage (1978). Aller Welt Freund (1982). Jurek Becker", The Oxford Companion to German Literature, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997, pp. 67–68. Use mdy dates from December 2014. Bronsteins Kinder (1986). Amanda herzlos (1992). Warnung von dem Schiftsteller (1990) – lectures. Liebling Kreuzberg (1986 and 1988) – TV series. Articles needing additional references from August 2013. All articles needing additional references.