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Elfriede Jelinek

Austrian writer

Elfriede Jelinek (German: [ɛlˈfʁiːdə ˈjɛlinɛk]; born 20 October 1946) is an Austrian playwright and novelist. She is one of the most decorated authors writing in German today and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2004 for her "musical flow of voices and counter-voices in novels and plays that, with extraordinary linguistic zeal, reveal the absurdity of society's clichés and their subjugating power". Next to Peter Handke and Botho Strauss she is considered to be the most important living playwright of the German language.
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The Piano Teacher

1983 Novel by Elfriede Jelinek

author: Elfriede Jelinek

1983

Wonderful, Wonderful Times

novel by Elfriede Jelinek

author: Elfriede Jelinek

1980

The Children of the Dead

novel by Elfriede Jelinek

author: Elfriede Jelinek

1995

Burgtheater. Posse mit Gesang

play written by Elfriede Jelinek

author: Elfriede Jelinek

Clara S, musikalische Tragödie

play written by Elfriede Jelinek

author: Elfriede Jelinek

Das Schweigen

play written by Elfriede Jelinek

author: Elfriede Jelinek

Das Werk

play by Elfriede Jelinek

author: Elfriede Jelinek

Greed

novel by Elfriede Jelinek

author: Elfriede Jelinek

2000

Illness or Modern Women

play written by Elfriede Jelinek

author: Elfriede Jelinek

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