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'''Heinrich Böll''' (1917-1985)<ref>http://www.nytimes.com/1985/07/17/books/heinrich-boll-west-german-novelist-dead-at-67.html?scp=1677&sq=rhine&st=nyt</ref> was a German author.  His works include ''Traveler, If You Come to Spa'' (1950), ''Adam, Where Are Thou'' (1951), ''Billiards at Half-Past Nine'' (1959), ''The Clown'' (1963), ''Group Portrait with Lady'' (1971), ''The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum'' (1974), and ''The Safety Net'' (1982).<ref>''The New York Public Library Student's Desk Reference''.  Prentice Hall:  New York, 1991.</ref>
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'''Heinrich Böll''' (1917-1985)<ref>https://www.nytimes.com/1985/07/17/books/heinrich-boll-west-german-novelist-dead-at-67.html?scp=1677&sq=rhine&st=nyt</ref> was a German author.  His works include ''Traveler, If You Come to Spa'' (1950), ''Adam, Where Are Thou'' (1951), ''Billiards at Half-Past Nine'' (1959), ''The Clown'' (1963), ''Group Portrait with Lady'' (1971), ''The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum'' (1974), and ''The Safety Net'' (1982).<ref>''The New York Public Library Student's Desk Reference''.  Prentice Hall:  New York, 1991.</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:18, 26 September 2018

Heinrich Böll (1917-1985)[1] was a German author. His works include Traveler, If You Come to Spa (1950), Adam, Where Are Thou (1951), Billiards at Half-Past Nine (1959), The Clown (1963), Group Portrait with Lady (1971), The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum (1974), and The Safety Net (1982).[2]

References

  1. https://www.nytimes.com/1985/07/17/books/heinrich-boll-west-german-novelist-dead-at-67.html?scp=1677&sq=rhine&st=nyt
  2. The New York Public Library Student's Desk Reference. Prentice Hall: New York, 1991.