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Marie Luise Kaschnitz

Significant German poet and writer of the post-World War II period. Her best-known functions include the brief tale collection Lange Schatten, the poetry collection Überallnie, as well as the article collection Notizen der Hoffnung. Her debut book, Liebe Beginnt, was released in 1933. Her literary popularity was established ten years later using the publication of the 1945 article collection. She received many literary honors, like the 1973 Roswitha Award as well as the 1955 Georg Büchner Award. She traveled across the world with her article writer and archaeologist hubby, Guido Freiherr Von Kaschnitz-Weinberg. In the old age of her literary profession, she was significantly influenced by the task of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.

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