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Péter Szondi ( Hungarian pronunciation: ; May 27, 1929, [ˈpeːtɛr ˈsondi] Budapest – November 9, 1971, Berlin) was a celebrated literary scholar and philologist, originally from Hungary. Biography [ edit ]
Szondi's father was the Hungarian-Jewish psychiatrist and psychoanalyst
Léopold Szondi, who settled in Switzerland after his 1944 release after five months in Bergen-Belsen. 
In 1965, he became a Professor at the
Free University of Berlin, where he led the Institute for General and Comparative Literature. His fields were the history of literature and comparative literature.
He committed suicide in 1971, leaving unfinished his book about the work of his friend
Paul Celan, who had killed himself the year before.  Über eine "Freie Universität". Suhrkamp, 1973 Die Theorie des bürgerlichen Trauerspiels im 18. Jahrhundert. Suhrkamp, 1973 Suhrkamp, 1972 = Celan-Studien. Celan Studies, trans. Susan Bernofsky with Harvey Mendelsohn, Stanford University Press, 2003. ISBN 9780804744027 Insel, 1967 Hölderlin-Studien. Satz und Gegensatz. Insel, 1964 Der andere Pfeil. Insel, 1963 Versuch über das Tragische. Insel, 1961 Theorie des modernen Dramas. Suhrkamp, 1956 "Hope in the Past: On Walter Benjamin", reprinted in Benjamin, W. (trans. Howard Eiland), Berlin Childhood Around 1900, 2006, Belknap Press [Harvard UP]. ISBN 0-674-02222-X See also [ edit ] External links [ edit ] References [ edit ]
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