Rudolf Brunngraber

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Rudolf Brunngraber (1901, Vienna - 1960) was an Austrian writer, journalist and painter who worked with Otto Neurath.[1] His novels were translated into eighteen languages, with more than a million books sold.[2]

Brunngraber's novel Radium was adapted for radio by Günter Eich in 1937.[3]

Works[edit]

  • Karl und das 20. Jahrhundert. Roman, Frankfurt am Main: Societäts-Verlag, 1933. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul as Karl and the twentieth century, 1933
  • Radium; Roman eines Elements, Rowohlt, 1936. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul as Radium; a novel, 1936.
  • Die Engel in Atlantis, 1938.
  • Opiumkrieg, roman, 1939.
  • Zucker aus Cuba, roman eines goldrausches, 1941.
  • Prozess auf Tod und Leben, 1948
  • Heroin, 1951

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jon Hughes, 'Facts and Fiction: Rudolf Brunngraber, Otto Neurath, and Viennese Neue Sachlichkeit ', in Deborah Holmes & Lisa Silverman, eds., Interwar Vienna: culture between tradition and modernity, Camden House, 2009, pp.206-223
  2. ^ Christoph Fuchs, 'Rudolf Brunngraber, 1901-1960', Literatur und Kritik 317-18 (September 1997), pp.103-9
  3. ^ Neil H. Donahue, Doris Kirchner, Flight of fantasy: new perspectives on inner emigration in German literature, p.182

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