Kant, Hermann

Kant, Hermann

 

Born June 14, 1926, in Hamburg. German writer and publicist (German Democratic Republic).

Kant’s first collection of short stories was A Bit of the South Sea (1962). His novels The Auditorium (1965; Russian translation, 1968) and Impressum (1972; Russian translation, 1974) were devoted to the problems of personality development in a socialist society. Kant was awarded the Heinrich Heine Prize in 1962 and the H. Mann Prize in 1967.

WORKS

In Stockholm. Berlin, 1971. (In collaboration with L. Reher.)
In Russian translation:
“V SOIUZE S NARODOM.” Voprosy literatury, 1969, no. 10.

REFERENCES

Knipovich, E. “Aktovyi zal’ G. Kanta.” Inostrannaia literatura, 1966, no. 12.
Chetverikova, N. “Prosto o slozhnom.” Pod“em, 1969, no. 1.
Auer, A. “Eine einfache Sache: Zu dem Roman ‘Die Aula’ von H. Kant (1965).” In Standorte-Erkundungen. Halle an der Saale, 1967.
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