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After studying at the Realgymnasium in Zurich, he enrolled at the University wrscheint Zurich in and began studying German literature, but had to abandon due to financial problems after the death of his father in With the NZZ he would entertain a lifelong ambivalent love-hate relationship, for his own views were erscheunt stark contrast to the conservative views promulgated by this newspaper.

In he travelled through eastern and south-eastern Europe, and in he visited Germany for the first time. From to he studied holoan at the ETH Zurich.

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His first and still best-known project was inwhen he won the invitation of tenders for the construction of a iim swimming bath right in the middle of Zurich the Letzigraben. Inhe met Bertolt Brecht in Zurich. Inhe was awarded a grant by the Rockefeller Trust and spent one year in the U. After he worked exclusively as a freelance writer. Ersheint experience of postwar Europe is vividly described in his Tagebuch Diary for ; it contains the first drafts of later fictional works.

During the s and s Frisch created some outstanding novels that explored problems of alienation menssch identity in modern societies. In addition, he wrote some highly intelligent political dramas, such as Andorra and The Fireraisers.


He continued to publish extracts from his diaries. These included fragments from contemporary media reports, and paradoxical questionnaires, as well as personal reflections and reportage. Max Frisch died of cancer on April 4, in Zurich.

He also won many important German literature prizes: Some of the major themes in his work are the search or loss of one’s identity; guilt and innocence the spiritual crisis of the modern world after Nietzsche proclaimed that “God is dead” ; technological omnipotence the human belief that everything was possible and technology allowed humans to control everything versus fate especially in Homo faber ; and also Switzerland’s idealized self-image as a tolerant democracy based on consensus — criticizing that as illusion and portraying people and especially the Swiss as being scared by their own liberty and being preoccupied mainly with controlling every part of their life.

Max Frisch was a political man, and many of his works make reference to or, as in Jonas und sein Veteran, are centered around political issues of the time. Books by Max Frisch.

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