Peter Schneider

Peter Schneider

Peter Schneider is a German novelist. His novel Lenz, published in 1973, had become a cult text for the Left, capturing the feelings of those disappointed by the failure of their utopian revolt. Since then, Peter Schneider has written novels, short stories and film scripts, that often deal with the fate of members of his generation. Other works deal with the situation of Berlin before and after German reunification. Schneider is also a major Essayist; having moved away from the radicalism of 1968, his work now appears predominantly in bourgeois publications.
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Focus on Fortifications, Mike Schnelle, Peter Schneider, Rune Frederiksen, Silke Muth
Mike Schnelle, Peter Schneider, Rune Frederiksen, Silke Muth
Focus on Fortifications
Right Rose, Right Place, Peter Schneider
Comprehensive Review in Vascular and Endovascular Medicine, DO, David Paul Slovut, Michael R. Jaff, Peter Schneider, Steven M. Dean
DO, David Paul Slovut, Michael R. Jaff, Peter Schneider, Steven M. Dean
Comprehensive Review in Vascular and Endovascular Medicine
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Ancient Fortifications, Mike Schnelle, Peter De Staebler, Peter Schneider, Silke Muth
Mike Schnelle, Peter De Staebler, Peter Schneider, Silke Muth
Ancient Fortifications
Im Medium des Unbewussten, Daniel Strassberg, Josef Zwi Guggenheim, Michael Hampe, Peter Schneider
Daniel Strassberg, Josef Zwi Guggenheim, Michael Hampe, Peter Schneider
Im Medium des Unbewussten
Revisiting end, Peter Schneider
Peter Schneider
Revisiting end
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