An Austrian writer, poet, and playwright, he’s known for his 1941 book, The Tune of Bernadette, which targets the visions of Saint Bernadette Soubirous. He’s perhaps most well-known for his 1933 function, The Forty Times of Musa Dagh. The boy of the Jewish glove producer and a miller’s girl, he was raised with two sisters. He previously published his initial poetry collection by enough time he was twenty-one years of age. His affair using the wedded Alma Mahler led to a son. Unfortunately, the child passed away as a child. He was a pal and literary modern of Franz Kafka.