Author: Luise Rinser
Translator: Chanil Park
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About This Book
Nina, the heroine of this novel, has been considered as one of the most
successful archetype of a woman who continues to pursue the true meaning of life
even in the midst of the most difficult, challenging environment. This novel
consists of diary and letters of Stein who loves Nina, and the short encounter
and dialogues between Nina and her sister.
About The Author
In 1911, Luise Rinser was born in a small town in Oberbayern (southern part of Bavaria) and there attended the "Gymnasium." After her graduation, she studied Psychology and Pedagogy. After 1935, she worked as an elementary school teacher, from which she resigned, because she didn't want to work for the NSDAP party. In 1941, she published her first work, entitled "Die glasernen Ringe," upon which she was imprisoned. In 1944 she was sentenced to death for high treason and military demoralization. However, the sentence couldn't be carried out due to the liberation by the Americans.
From 1945-1953, she worked for the "Neue Zeitung" in Munich and published books, such as "Mitte des Lebens" and "Daniela." In the following years, she published works, such as "Die vollkommene Freude," "Mirjam," "Abaelards Liebe," and "Bruder Esel."
In 1977, Luise Rinser received the "Bundesverdienstkreuz," a distinguished service medal, and in 1984, she was nominated by the party "Die Grunen" for the President of the Federal Republic against Richard von Weizsacker.
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