Christine Brückner was born in 1921 as the daughter of a minister of the church. She studied German literature, psychology and history of art and earned her living as cook, canteen manager, bookkeeper and assistant at the School of Art History in Marburg. At the age of thirty-two, she published her first novel: Ehe die Spuren verwehen. In 1985, she founded the Kassel Literary Award for Grotesque Humour together with her husband Otto Heinrich Kühner. Christine Brückner died in 1996 in Kassel.
Der Kokon oder Die Verpuppung der Wiepe Bertram
5 D, 3 H
“‘Tidiness is half of life, but now it’s finally time for the other half’, Wiepe ... more» merken