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Christa Wolf (née Ihlenfeld; 18 March 1929 – 1 December 2011) was a German literary critic, novelist, and essayist. She was one of the best-known writers to emerge from the former East Germany. Wolf was born the daughter of Otto and Herta Ihlenfeld, in Landsberg an der Warthe, then in the Province of Brandenburg; the city is now Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland. After World War II, her family, being Germans, were expelled from their home on what had become Polish territory.
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Published 1994 by Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag.
by Christa Wolf First published 1990. Published 1994 by Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag. Author(s): Christa Wolf. ISBN: 3423119292 (ISBN13: 9783423119290).
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Former GDR author Christa Wolf remains one of Germany's most famous authors
Former GDR author Christa Wolf remains one of Germany's most famous authors. Her death in 2011 prompted condolences from around the world. Her birthday on March 18 is a day to recall her legacy. Among the most important works by Christa Wolf are the novels and stories The Quest for Christa . Patterns of Childhood, Cassandra and They Divided the Sky. Her books focus mainly on women who disavow being exposed to a patriarchal society. Rita Seidel is one such figure. She's a student teacher in her early 20s, who decides out of her inner conviction not to leave East Germany before the Berlin Wall is built.
Christa Wolf, German novelist, essayist, and screenwriter most often associated with East Germany. Wolf was reared in a middle-class, pro-Nazi family
Christa Wolf, German novelist, essayist, and screenwriter most often associated with East Germany. Wolf was reared in a middle-class, pro-Nazi family. With the defeat of Germany in 1945, she moved with her family to East Germany. After 1962 she was a full-time writer.
Christa Wolf, Was bleibt. Erzahlung (Frankfurt/M. Hereafter WB. Google Scholar. 2. For book-length analyses, see Bernd Wittek, Der Literaturstreit im sich vereinigenden Deutschland (Marburg: Tectum, 1997) and Kerstin Dietrich, ‘DDR-Literatur’ im Spiegel der deutsch-deutschen Literaturdebatte (Frankfurt/M.