Zuckmayer, Carl

Born: Dec 27, 1896 AD
Died: 1977 AD, at 80 years of age.

Nationality: German
Categories: Dramatist

1896 - Born on December 27


          - One of Wiemar Germany’s leading dramatist.


          - Is best known for his satirical play The Captain form Kopenick (1930; eng. Trans., 1932).


          - Earlier plats, such as Der frohliche Weinberg (The Merry Vineyard, 1925), combined folk, expressionist, and realist elements.


1939 - Escape Nazi censorship, Zuckmayer fled Germany, and later works, including the Anti-Nazi play The Devil’s General (1946; eng. Trans., 1962) and his autobiography, a part of myself (1966; eng. Trans., 1970), were written in the United States.


          - In addition to novels, poems, short stories, and essay, Zuckmayer also wrote the screenplay for the film Der blaue Engel (The Blue, Angel, 1930).

1977 - Died on January 18

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