The affirmative answer to existence in the work of Josef Weinheber
Schmidt, Henry Otto
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One of the most controversial literary figures has been the Viennese novelist and lyricist Josef Weinheber. He experienced the misfortune to have that city's period of economic and political upheaval coincide with that of his literacy activity. The immediate post World War II era was extremely critical of him. However, since 1955, he has gained new recognition and is now considered by German and Austrian critics alike as one of the greater literary men of the century, though he is still relatively unknown in the United States [TRUNCATED].
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