Paula Ludwig

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Paula Ludwig (born 1900; died 1974 in Darmstadt) was an Austrian/German poet who won the 1963 George Trakl Prize.[1] In her earlier life she had an affair with Yvan Goll, which caused a crisis for his wife Claire Goll.[2] In 1940 she began a period of exile in Brazil due to the rise of Nazism.[3] Her work has fallen into relative obscurity and often involved dreams.[4]

References

  1. ^ Michael Syrotinski; Ian Maclachlan (1 January 2001). Sensual Reading: New Approaches to Reading in Its Relations to the Senses. Bucknell University Press. pp. 83–85. ISBN 978-0-8387-5471-9.
  2. ^ Helen Tierney (1 January 1999). Women's Studies Encyclopedia. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 576. ISBN 978-0-313-31072-0.
  3. ^ Women in German Yearbook (1 January 2001). Women in German Yearbook. U of Nebraska Press. pp. 181–196. ISBN 0-8032-4803-2.
  4. ^ Katharina M. Wilson (1991). An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers. Taylor & Francis. pp. 748–749. ISBN 978-0-8240-8547-6.


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