Rose Ausländer, a German-speaking Jewish poet from Czernowitz/Bukovina who spent much of her life in exile in the United States and Germany, wrote that her true home was the word itself.
by Hermann von Gilm (Author), Richard Strauss (Composer).
The story behind Rose Ausländer’s several citizenships and frequent travels is not only the paradigmatic story of a constantly threatened life in the 20th century, but the biographical pre-text for much of her poetry. The closeness of her biography and works is, for Braun, unique, as stated in his afterword to Ausländer’s Selected Poems (S. Fischer Verlag 2001).
Rose Ausländer was born in Czernowitz, Bukovina, to a German speaking Jewish family. At the time Chernowitz was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Her father Sigmund (Süssi) Scherzer (1871–1920) was from a small town near Czernowitz, and her mother Kathi Etie Rifke Binder (1873–1947) was born in Czernowitz to a German-speaking family. From 1907 and 1919, she went to school in Czernowitz. "Rose Ausländer" (in German). Retrieved 11 May 2016.
ISBN 10: 3100015177 ISBN 13: 9783100015174. Publisher: S. Fischer, 1984.
Published 1978 by Literarischer Verlag Braun in Köln. Lyrikspectrum ; 10. Classifications.
Published 1978 by Literarischer Verlag Braun in Köln. U7 M8. The Physical Object.
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