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Wolfgang Kasack

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wolfgang Kasack (Potsdam, 20 January 1927 – Much, 10 January 2003) was a German Slavic studies scholar and translator.

After his death, his academic estate was donated to the University of Mainz.[1]

He was son of the German writer Hermann Kasack.

Honors

Selected works

  • Lexikon der russischen Literatur ab 1917, Stuttgart, Kröner, 1976
  • Russische Weihnachten: ein literarisches Lesebuch, Freiburg im Breisgau; Basel; Wien, Herder, 2000 ISBN 3-451-05075-7
  • Christus in der russischen Literatur: ein Gang durch ihre Geschichte von den Anfängen bis zum Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts, Stuttgart, Verl. Urachhaus, 2000 ISBN 3-8251-7250-3
  • Der Tod in der russischen Literatur: Aufsätze und Materialien aus dem Nachlass (Hg. Frank Göbler), München, Sagner, 2005 ISBN 3-87690-907-4

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