About Walter Boehlich

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The literary critic, essayist, translator and publishing editor Walter Boehlich, born in Breslau in 1921, died in Hamburg in 2006, studied literature in Bonn and became an assistant to Ernst Robert Curtius. He wrote regularly for newspapers and magazines such as Die Zeit, FAZ and Titanic for many years. S. Fischer has published his edited Jugendbriefe an Eduard Silberstein by Sigmund Freud and his translation of Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway.

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