(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Austrian success writer Peter Handke, who turns 75 years 6. December, in his youth belonged to the protest generation, often wearing dark glasses and with long hair. Today, he rather resembles a somewhat melancholy professor, but he still belongs to the rebellious generation. In their own words – from the new novel The Obstdiebin ("The Fruit Thief"): "Being one who is outside the law, one who is forbidden, defines my whole existence."
Literary mischief crow. In particular, Handke managed to provoke the public during the war in Bosnia 1992 – 95 – when it was reported in abundance about the Bosnian Serbs disgrace, the genocide in Srebrenica, and the extreme brutality of the Omarska death camps. In this context, Handke published his controversial piece of writing A wintery trip to the Danube, Save, Morawa and Drina rivers or to Serbia ("A wintry trip to the rivers Danube, Save, Morawa and Drina, or justice for Serbia"), which for many made the author a culture of persona non grata. The enemy fronts reached all the way to Norway when Handke in 2014 was going. . .
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