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Peter Bichsel (Author). Publisher: Luchterhand (1990). Series: Sammlung Luchterhand. ISBN-13: 978-3630619200.
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Peter Bichsel (born 24 March 1935) is a popular Swiss writer and journalist representing modern German literature. He was a member of the Gruppe Olten. Bichsel was born 1935 in Lucerne, Switzerland, the son of manual labourers. Shortly after he was born, the Bichsels moved to Olten, also in Switzerland. After finishing school, he became an elementary school teacher, a job which he held until 1968.
Peter Bichsel is arguably the most popular, possibly the most widely read, though maybe not the most critically acclaimed living Swiss German writer. This is the first book in English to be devoted exclusively to Peter Bichsel, and is intended as an introduction for the general reader and as a resource for the specialist. arance, Caran d’Ache und Samowar. 3. Franz Kafka spielt Volleyball auf dem Green des Middlebury College. 4. Peter Bichsel: A Biographical Sketch. 5. "Ich bin für die Unruhe": Gespräch mit Peter Bichsel.
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Flag as Inappropriate. Both books were translated from the German by English poet Michael Hamburger. Peter Bichsel (born March 24, 1935) is a popular Swiss-German writer and journalist representing modern German literature. A theme of Bichsel's works for younger readers is the stubborn desire of children to take words literally and wreak havoc on the world of communicated ideas.