Veza Canetti

Veza Canetti was born 1897 in Vienna. The Nazis placed a ban on publication of her work, on grounds of her Jewishness and her socialist convictions. In 1938 she and her husband, Elias Canetti, emigrated to England where she died in 1963. Several publications in Hanser Verlag, among them the novels Die Gelbe Straße (1991) and Die Schildkröten (1999).


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Letters to Georges

Letters to Georges

The newly married Elias Canetti also has a string of lovers. His brother Georges is drawn to good-looking men as well as to his motherly sister-in-law. And Veza Canetti is hopelessly in love with ...

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The Find

The Find

An old lady seeks refuge from the reality of the war in murderous crime novels, a burglar yearns to return to prison, a millionaire is forced by his wife to bring stolen ties back to the ...

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The Tortoises

The Tortoises

Austria, after annexation. A villa on the outskirts of Vienna is the home of Jewish scholar Andreas Kain and his wife Eva – until they are brutally evicted by the new powers. They take refuge ...

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Im Carl Hanser Verlag sind erschienen 
1990 Die gelbe Straße. Roman
1991 Der Oger. Ein Stück
1992 Geduld bringt Rosen. Erzählungen
1999 Die Schildkröten. Roman
2001 Der Fund. Erzählungen und Stücke
2006 Briefe an Georges. Hrsg. von Karen Laurer und Kristian Wachinger