Annemarie Esche

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Annemarie Esche (died 2018) was a prominent German scholar of Burmese literature. Beginning her study of Burmese as a German teacher in Burma she later became a professor at Humboldt University in Berlin. She was the widow of Otto Esche (died 2010) with whom she had cooperated in the compilation of a German-Burmese dictionary.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Esche, Annemarie (1968). Der Markt von Pagan. Prosa aus Burma. Berlin: Verlag Volk und Welt.
  • Esche, Annemarie (1976). Märchen der Völker Burmas. Wiesbaden : Drei Lilien.
  • Esche, Annemarie (1976). Wörterbuch burmesisch-deutsch. Leipzig: Verlag Enzyklopädie.
  • Esche, Annemarie (1985). Die Goldene Pagode : Shwedagon, ein Sinnbild des Buddhismus. Hanau/Main: Müller & Kiepenheuer.
  • Esche, Annemarie & Eberhard Richter (1988). Burmesisches Übungsbuch. Leipzig. VEB Enzyklopädie.
  • Esche, Annemarie (2005). "The experience of writing the first German-Myanmar dictionary." In Justin Watkins (ed.) Studies in Burmese Linguistics. Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, the Australian National University: 307-318.
  • Esche, Annemarie & Esche, Otto (2011). Wörterbuch Deutsch - Myanma. Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thomas Kean "After 25 years of work, dictionary set for release". Myanmar Times; June 6–12, 2011

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