Sperber, Manès


Sperber, Manès
(1905-1984)
   writer
   Born in Zablotov, in Austrian Galicia, Manès Sperber came to Vienna with his family during World War I. He discovered Marxism at the same time as philosophy, which he then taught as a professor at Berlin (1927). Fleeing the anti-Semitic persecutions that began in 1933, he sought refuge in Paris, where, in 1939, he joined the army. His work, part of which is written in German and part in French, is entirely dedicated to the denunciation of totalitarianism and the upholding of human dignity. Notable among his writings are essays (Analyses de la tyrannie, 1938; Sept questions sur la violence, 1972), autobiographical works (Les Porteurs d'eau, 1974; Le Pont inachevé, 1975; Au-delà de l'oubli, 1977), as well as novels that evoke Central Europe during the years 1930-40 (Et le buisson devint cendres, 1944; Qu'une larme dans l'océan, 1952; Le Baie perdue, 1953).

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  • Sperber, Manes — (1905 84)    Austrian author. He was born in Zabolotov, Galicia, and moved to Vienna in 1916. He taught in Berlin from 1927 to 1933 and then settled in Paris. His novels about shtetl life include Like Tears in the Ocean and All Our Yesterdays …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Manès Sperber — (* 12. Dezember 1905 in Zabłotów, Galizien, Österreich Ungarn (heute Oblast Iwano Frankiwsk, Ukraine); † 5. Februar 1984 in Paris) war ein österreichisch französischer Schriftsteller, Sozialpsych …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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