Jens Sparschuh

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Jens Sparschuh (born 14 May 1955) is a German writer from Chemnitz.

Life[edit]

Sparschuh grew up in East Berlin. After graduation in Halle (Saale) he studied philosophy in Leningrad from 1973 until 1978. From 1978, he was assistant-scientist at the Humboldt University of Berlin and in 1983 he got his Ph.D.. After the German reunification he briefly was member of the New Forum.

From then on, Sparschuh makes his living as a writer.

Awards[edit]

Works[edit]

Non fiction[edit]

  • Erkenntnistheoretisch-methodologische Untersuchungen zur heuristischen Ausdrucksfähigkeit aussagenlogischer Beweisbegriffe, Berlin 1983

Prose[edit]

  • Waldwärts, Berlin 1985
  • Der große Coup, Berlin 1987
  • Kopfsprung, Berlin 1989
  • Indwendig, Winsen/Luhe 1990
  • Der Schneemensch, Köln 1993
  • Parzival Pechvogel, Zürich (etc.) 1994
  • Das Vertreterseminar, Köln 1995
  • Der Zimmerspringbrunnen, Köln 1995
French: Fontaine d'appartement, 1999
Italian: Il venditore di fontane, 2000
  • Spuren in der Weltwüste, Lichtenfels 1996
  • Ich dachte, sie finden uns nicht, Köln 1997
  • Die schöne Belinda und ihr Erfinder, Zürich 1997
  • Lavaters Maske, Köln 1999
  • Die Elbe, Leipzig 2000 (together with Jörn Vanhöfen and Walter Kempowski)
  • Stinkstiefel, Zürich 2000
  • Eins zu eins, Köln 2003
  • Silberblick, Köln 2004
  • Vom Tisch, Leipzig 2004

As editor[edit]

Radio play pieces[edit]

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