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A biography of the life of Kästner, a well-known children's literature author, through quotations from his own words and other sources. Winner of the German Children's Literature Prize. [A new translation of "Kästner: The Writer Who Continued to Resist the Nazis" (1999).

Kästner's childhood, in which he lived up to his mother's expectations and showed himself to be an honor student. In his twenties, he was energetic and active in many fields of writing, including author, poet, and journalist. Then came World War II, when he was forbidden to write under the Nazi regime and had to live in fear of his life. After the war, she continued to appeal for peace as president of the German Pen Club.
The book also reveals his personal life, including the strong bond with his mother, the secret of his birth, and his relationship with his lover.
This book provides an insight into the life of Kästner, who, while being tossed about by fate, continued to look at the times and question how people should live.

[Table of Contents]
Preface
Chapter 1: Scenes from Childhood
Chapter 2: The Replacement of a Husband
Chapter 3: Do You Know This Country?
Chapter 4: The Lucky Boy of Loneliness
Chapter 5: Kicked by Fortuna, the Goddess of Fortune
Chapter 6 Berlin
Chapter 7 A Small Poetry Factory
Chapter 8 A Polite and Firm Boy
Chapter 9 Burning
Chapter 10 Overwintering
Chapter 11 Time is Running Out
Chapter 12 A Lost Face
Chapter 13: Daily chores
Chapter 14 A Country Without Matches
Chapter 15: A Little Freedom
Chapter 16: The Thirteenth Moon

SD item code:10225171

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Written by Klaus*Cordon, translated by Fumiko Ganzenmüller
著:クラウス・コルドン、訳:ガンツェンミュラー文子
(No.814250)
JAN:978-4-03-814250-5
(No.814250) JAN:978-4-03-814250-5

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Item added on: 2022/4/4
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21cm x 15cm
367 pages
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Material / component: paper
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A biography of the life of Kästner, a well-known children's literature author, through quotations from his own words and other sources. Winner of the German Children's Literature Prize. [A new translation of "Kästner: The Writer Who Continued to Resist the Nazis" (1999).

Kästner's childhood, in which he lived up to his mother's expectations and showed himself to be an honor student. In his twenties, he was energetic and active in many fields of writing, including author, poet, and journalist. Then came World War II, when he was forbidden to write under the Nazi regime and had to live in fear of his life. After the war, she continued to appeal for peace as president of the German Pen Club.
The book also reveals his personal life, including the strong bond with his mother, the secret of his birth, and his relationship with his lover.
This book provides an insight into the life of Kästner, who, while being tossed about by fate, continued to look at the times and question how people should live.

[Table of Contents]
Preface
Chapter 1: Scenes from Childhood
Chapter 2: The Replacement of a Husband
Chapter 3: Do You Know This Country?
Chapter 4: The Lucky Boy of Loneliness
Chapter 5: Kicked by Fortuna, the Goddess of Fortune
Chapter 6 Berlin
Chapter 7 A Small Poetry Factory
Chapter 8 A Polite and Firm Boy
Chapter 9 Burning
Chapter 10 Overwintering
Chapter 11 Time is Running Out
Chapter 12 A Lost Face
Chapter 13: Daily chores
Chapter 14 A Country Without Matches
Chapter 15: A Little Freedom
Chapter 16: The Thirteenth Moon

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