Wilhelm Emanuel Süskind

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Wilhelm Emanuel Süskind (10 June 1901, Weilheim - 17 April 1970, Tutzing) was a German writer, journalist and translator.

Süskind was editorial journalist for politics with Süddeutsche Zeitung. Along with his own works he translated books into German, e.g. works of Tania Blixen or Herman Melville.

Wilhelm Emanuel Süskind is the father of author Patrick Süskind (Perfume) and was a school day friend of Erika and Klaus Mann.

Literary works[edit]