- Author:Georges Arthur Goldschmidt,James Kirkup
- Publisher:Quartet Books (September 1, 1993)
- Pages:224 pages
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Georges-Arthur Goldschmidt (born 2 May 1928) is a French writer and translator of German origin. Georges-Arthur Goldschmidt was born, Reinbek near Hamburg, into a Jewish family of magistrates converted to Protestantism
Georges-Arthur Goldschmidt (born 2 May 1928) is a French writer and translator of German origin. Georges-Arthur Goldschmidt was born, Reinbek near Hamburg, into a Jewish family of magistrates converted to Protestantism. His father was an adviser to the Hamburg Court of Appeal until 1933. He was deported to Theresienstadt where he served as Protestant pastor of Protestant Jews deported because of their origin. Georges-Arthur had to flee Nazism in 1938
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by Georges Arthur Goldschmidt. Published 1993 by Quartet Bks. in London. Translated from the German J. Kirkup.
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lEnglish 245 10 Worlds of difference, cGeorges-Arthur Goldschmidt ; translated by James Kirkup ; with a foreword by Peter Handke. 260 London : bQuartet, c1993. 300 ix, 139 p. ; c21 cm.
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James Kirkup, who has died aged 91, was an extraordinarily prolific writer in. .During the second world war, he was a conscientious objector and worked.
James Kirkup, who has died aged 91, was an extraordinarily prolific writer in many genres. Though perhaps best known as a poet, he was also an accomplished translator of verse, prose and drama, a fine travel writer, a dramatist and an autobiographer of distinction. Kirkup was born in South Shields, County Durham, the only son of a carpenter. During the second world war, he was a conscientious objector and worked as an agricultural labourer. Openly homosexual and sometimes deliberately provocative in his behaviour, he found social encounters difficult.