Schuder, Rosemarie

NOVELIST (GERMANY)
BORN 24 Jul 1928, Jena, Thüringen - DIED 5 May 2018, Berlin
GRAVE LOCATION Berlin: Städtischer Zentralfriedhof Friedrichsfelde, Gudrunstrasse, Lichtenberg (8-2)

Rosemarie Schuder was the daughter of the dramatist Kurt Schuder (1884-1969). She attended a girls' school and after that she worked as a journalist for "Tägliche Rundschau" and "Neue Zeit". From 1957 to 1959 she travelled to Italy to study. In 1958 she married the author Rudolf Hirsch and with him she published writings on the persecution of the Jews.

She wrote many historical novels, mostly about themes from German history. She won the Nationalpreis der DDR three times. In 1958 she won the Heinrich-Mann-Preis. Rudolf Hirsch died in 1998 and Rosemarie lived until 2018 before she died in Berlin.

Family
• Husband: Hirsch, Rudolf (1958-1998)

Related persons
• wrote about Kepler, Johannes
• wrote about Paracelsus, Theofrastus
• wrote about Schröter, Corona

Images

The grave of Rudolf Hirsch and Rosemarie Hirsch-Schuder at the Städtischer Zentralfriedhof Friedrichsfelde, Berlin.
Picture by Androom (07 Aug 2019)

 

Sources
Rosemarie Schuder – Wikipedia


Schultz-Adaïewsky, Ella von

Published: 9 Feb 2020
Last update: 9 Feb 2020