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Sarah Kirsch by Mererid Hopwood


Sarah Kirsch by Mererid Hopwood

This volume combines a general introduction, an in-depth study of, an interview with, and five original poems by German poet, Sarah Kirsch. Five essays by different Germanists focus on various aspects of Kirsch's work - from the structure and style of her poems and prose to their thematic content. A bibliography and biography are also included in the book.


This book confirmed my respect for the Kirsch poems I already knew and whetted my appetite for reading more. German Teaching

...a stimulating new appraisal of Kirsch's creative imagination. The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies

About the Author

Mererid Hopwood and David Basker are Lecturers in German, University of Wales, Swansea.

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Book Info

Publication date

12th June 1997


Mererid Hopwood

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University of Wales Press


130 pages


Literary studies: poetry & poets
Literary studies: from c 1900 -
Poetry anthologies (various poets)



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