29 August 1928 |
|Alma mater||University of Basel
University of Vienna
University of Paris
University of Fribourg
Herbert Meier (born 29 August 1928 in Solothurn) is a Swiss writer and translator.
Since 1955, Meier has been a freelance writer in Zurich. He won the Conrad-Ferdinand-Meyer-Preis in 1964. The main component of his work has been translating classical and modern theatre plays from French into German (authors such as Paul Claudel and Georges Schehadé).
- Biography at felix-bloch-erben.de (in German)
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