Elfriede Jelinek wurde am 20. Oktober 1946 in Mürzzuschlag (Steiermark) als Tochter von Friedrich und Olga Ilona Jelinek geboren. Jelineks Vater, der jüdischer Herkunft war, konnte im Zweiten Weltkrieg der nationalsozialistischen Verfolgung als Chemiker in kriegsdienlicher Forschung entkommen.
Elfriede Jelinek The Nobel Prize in Literature 2004 . Born: 20 October 1946, Mürzzuschlag, Austria . Residence at the time of the award: Austria . Prize motivation: “for her musical flow of voices and counter-voices in novels and plays that with extraordinary linguistic zeal reveal the absurdity of society's clichés and their subjugating power”
16. Okt. 2023 · Elfriede Jelinek (b. 1946) is an Austrian novelist, playwright, and poet who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2004. She was noted for her works on gender relations and female sexuality. She rejected the conventions of traditional literary technique in favor of linguistic and thematic experimentation.
16. Juni 2005 · Elfriede Jelinek: Provocation as the Breath of Life. by Sture Packalén*. Elfriede Jelinek has, for more than twenty years, constantly challenged her contemporaries with texts which are feminist and deeply critical of society and, moreover, which are perceived to be obscene, irritating and full of biting derision.
Recipient of the 2004 Nobel Prize for Literature, Elfriede Jelinek is an Austrian poet, playwright, and novelist. Born to a Catholic-Viennese mother and a Jewish-Czech father in Mürzzuschlag, Styria, Jelinek grew up in Vienna and lost many members of her family to the Holocaust.Jelinek studied music intensively from an early age. She graduated from the Vienna Conservatory and studied theater ...
10. Okt. 2021 · Elfriede Jelinek ist eine kompromisslose Schriftstellerin, die zeit ihres Lebens provoziert und polarisiert. Sie erntet viel Kritik, aber auch Anerkennung - etwa in Form des Literaturnobelpreises ...
Bio-bibliography English German French Swedish. Biobibliographical Notes. Elfriede Jelinek was born on 20 October 1946 in the town of Mürzzuschlag in the Austrian province of Styria. Her father, of Czech-Jewish origin, was a chemist and worked in strategically important industrial production during the Second World War, thereby escaping persecution.