Monday, 31 December 2018

Edgar Hilsenrath, German writer, Died at 92

Edgar Hilsenrath was born on April 2, 1926, in Leipzig and died on December 30, 2018. He was a German-Jewish writer living in Berlin.

Hilsenrath main works are Night, The Nazi and the Barber, and The Story of the Last Thought.

During 1938 his mom got away with her two youngsters to Siret (Sereth), in Romanian Bukovina, where they delighted in a break from oppression.

At the time that he ought to have gotten a passageway card to advanced education, he and his mom were interned in the ghetto of Cernăuţi.

Edgar Hilsenrath started to expound on the Holocaust after his freedom when he moved to Paris. He got numerous prizes for his works.

For his novel The Story of the Last Thought on the Armenian Genocide, he got the State Award in Literature of the Republic of Armenia from its leader.

Edgar Hilsenrath passed away at 92 years old.

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