Domin, Hilde (1909–2006)

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Domin, Hilde (1909–2006)

German-Jewish novelist and poet. Born July 27, 1909, in Köln, Germany; died Feb 22, 2006, in Germany; studied philosophy in Heidelberg; married Erwin Walter Palm, 1936.

Fled Germany (1932) and completed studies in Florence, Italy (1935); worked as teacher and translator in Dominican Republic (1940–54) until return to Germany; writings, which explore experience of exile, include Höhlenbilder, Gedichte 1951–1953 (1968), Da zweite Paradies: Roman in Segmentem (1968), Abel steh auf: Gedichte, Prosa, Theorie (1979), and Die andalusische Katze (1971, rev. 1980).

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