ALFRED ANDERSCH (1914-1980), was one of the foremost novelists of post-War Germany. Like Heinrich Boll and Gunter Grass, Andersch was one of the most persuasive and constructive critics of the Federal Republic's fledgling democracy. In the post-War years, Andersch helped establish a new German literature for democracy. His best known works are novels and short stories, among them Sansibar (1957), Die Rote (1960), Fin Liebhaber des Halbschattens (1963). His latest work is the novel Efraim (1967). A master stylist, Andersch was one of the finest writers Germany has seen since the Second World War.


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