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Who is Albert Drach?
Albert Drach was an Austrian-Jewish writer and lawyer. He was born in Vienna and died in Mödling. In 1988 he was awarded the Georg Büchner Prize by the Deutsche Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung for being a "courageous and sensitive contemporary witness who expresses the madness of our century without resentment in poetic poignancy".
- born on (113 years ago)
- died on (20 years ago)
- written works: "Das grosse Protokoll gegen Zwetschkenbaum", "O Catilina", "Das Beileid", "The massive file on Zwetschkenbaum", "Z. Z. das ist die Zwischenzeit. Ein Protokoll", "Das Spiel vom Meister Siebentot, und weitere Verkleidungen", "Ironie vom Glück", "Untersuchung an Mädeln", "Das Aneinandervorbeispiel und die inneren Verkleidungen", "Unsentimentale Reise", "In Sachen de Sade", "Die kleinen Protokolle und das Goggelbuch", "Ia und Nein", "Gottes Tod ein Unfall"
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