Libuse Moníková, born 1945 in Prague, emigrated to Germany in 1971 and taught at the Universities of Kassel and Bremen . She died in 1998 in Berlin.
In 1987 Hanser Verlag published her novel Die Fassade (The Facade, 1987) which was translated into many languages and for which she was awarded the Alfred Döblin Preis. Further publications in Hanser Verlag include Schloß, Aleph und Wunschtorte (Castle, Aleph and Birthday Cake, Essays, 1990), Treibeis (Drift-Ice, Novel, 1992) and Prager Fenster (A Window to Prague, Essays, 1994),Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night, 1996).
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Libuse Moníková's early novels, published in Germany in 1981 and 1983, cover the same topic: a world of suppression and the attempts of two women to resist it – a university teacher from ...
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