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The book of Franza & Requiem for Fanny Goldmann

Author: Ingeborg Bachmann; Peter Filkins
Publisher: Evanston, Ill. : Northwestern University Press, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Two novellas on oppression of women by men. In the first novella, the wife of a sadistic psychoanalyst leaves him to find freedom with her brother in the Egyptian desert, while the second is on an actress being exploited by a playwright. By an Austrian writer.
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Genre/Form: Novellas
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bachmann, Ingeborg, 1926-1973.
Book of Franza & Requiem for Fanny Goldmann.
Evanston, Ill. : Northwestern University Press, 1999
(OCoLC)607449456
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ingeborg Bachmann; Peter Filkins
ISBN: 0810112043 9780810112049 9780810127548 0810127547
OCLC Number: 41527974
Notes: "Hydra books"--Title page verso.
"The book of Franza and Requiem for Fanny Goldmann originally published in German as part of 'Todesarten'-Projekt" ... ©1995 by R. Piper GmbH & Co., Munich"--Title page verso.
Description: xxv, 233 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The Book of Franza --
Requiem for Fanny Goldmann.
Other Titles: Requiem für Fanny Goldmann.
Fall Franza.
Book of Franza and Requiem for Fanny Goldmann
Book of Franza
Requiem for Fanny Goldmann
Responsibility: Ingeborg Bachmann ; translated from the German and with an introduction by Peter Filkins.

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Through the tales of two women in postwar Austria, Bachmann explores the ways of dying inflicted on women by men, and upon the living by history, politics, religion, family, and the self.  Read more...

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A quarter-century after he death, Ingeborg Bachmann's renderings of some of the more subdued horrors of human relations remain scathing. This book reveals her unusually sensitive understanding of the Read more...

 
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