Synonyms for genazino or Related words with genazino

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Wilhelm Genazino (born 22 January 1943, Mannheim) is a German journalist and author.
Among authors who have published in "Zeno" are Andreas Dorschel, Wilhelm Genazino, Panagiotis Kondylis, Helmut Krausser, Brigitte Kronauer, Günter Kunert, Reiner Kunze and Gabriele Wohmann. The periodical has also re-published texts by, "i.a.", Henri-Frédéric Amiel, Gustav Theodor Fechner, Walter Savage Landor, Paul Léautaud, Antonio Machado, Heinrich Rickert, Marcel Schwob, Walter Serner and Georg Simmel.
He is also active as an editor and translator of German literature, above all of theatrical plays. His translations include dramas by Marc Becker, Wilhelm Genazino, Kerstin Specht, Lukas Holliger, Wolfgang Sréter, Andrea M. Schenkel, Ödön von Horváth, Max Frisch, Rolf Hochhuth, Arthur Schnitzler and Hermann Broch.
In the 1960s, he studied German, philosophy and sociology at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. He worked as a journalist until 1965. During this time, he worked, inter alia, for the satirical magazine "Pardon" and co-edited the magazine "Lesezeichen". Since 1970 he has been working as a freelance author. In 1977 he achieved a breakthrough as a serious writer with his trilogy "Abschaffel". In 1990 he became a member of the Academy for Language and Poetry in Darmstadt. After living in Heidelberg for a long time, Genazino moved to Frankfurt in 2004. That same year he was awarded the Georg Büchner Prize, the most prestigious award for German literature.