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Marcel Reich-Ranicki

Marcel Reich-Ranicki, born in Vlocklavek (Poland) on 2nd June 1920, moved to Berlin in 1929, where he remained until 1938. From 1938 to 1958, he lived in Warsaw. In 1958, he returned to Germany and was a critic with Die Zeit until 1973, and head of literary criticism with the Frankfurter Allgemeine until 1988. From 1988 to 2001, he had his own television program, ”Das literarische Quartett“ (The Literary Quartet). Many publications, numerous honorary doctorates and many awards, such as the Ricarda Huch Prize in 1981, the Thomas Mann Prize in 1987, the Ludwig Börne prize in 1995 and the Goethe Prize in 2002. Marcel Reich-Ranicki died 2013 in Frankfurt/Main.
 

 

Marcel  Reich-Ranicki, Thomas  Anz (Editor) - My German Literature Since 1945

Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Thomas Anz (Editor)

My German Literature Since 1945

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Marcel  Reich-Ranicki, Thomas  Anz (Editor) - My History of German Literature

Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Thomas Anz (Editor)

My History of German Literature

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Marcel  Reich-Ranicki - Unser Grass

Marcel Reich-Ranicki

Unser Grass

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Marcel  Reich-Ranicki - Sieben Wegbereiter

Marcel Reich-Ranicki

Sieben Wegbereiter

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Marcel  Reich-Ranicki - Thomas Mann und die Seinen

Marcel Reich-Ranicki

Thomas Mann und die Seinen

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