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Jürg Laederach

Jürg Laederach (born 20 December 1945 in Basel, Switzerland) is a Swiss writer.


  • Awards 1
  • Works 2
    • Editor 2.1
  • Sources 3
  • External links 4



  • Einfall der Dämmerung, Frankfurt am Main 1974
  • Im Verlauf einer langen Erinnerung, Frankfurt am Main 1977
  • Das ganze Leben, Frankfurt am Main 1978
  • Die Lehrerin verspricht der Negerin wärmere Tränen, Frankfurt am Main 1978
  • Ein milder Winter, Frankfurt am Main 1978
  • Wittgenstein in Graz, Frankfurt am Main 1979
  • Das Buch der Klagen, Frankfurt am Main 1980
  • Fahles Ende kleiner Begierden, Frankfurt am Main 1981
  • Proper operation, Frankfurt am Main 1981
  • 69 Arten den Blues zu spielen, Frankfurt am Main 1984
  • Tod eines Kellners, Frankfurt am Main 1984 (with Andres Müry)
  • Flugelmeyers Wahn, Frankfurt am Main 1986
  • Körper brennen, Graz 1986 (with Andres Müry)
  • Sigmund oder Der Herr der Seelen tötet seine, Frankfurt am Main 1986
  • Vor Schrecken starr, Frankfurt am Main 1988
  • Der zweite Sinn oder Unsentimentale Reise durch ein Feld Literatur, Frankfurt am Main 1988
  • China, Frankfurt am Main 1990
  • Emanuel, Frankfurt am Main 1990
  • Passion, Frankfurt am Main 1993
  • Eccentric, Kunst und Leben, Frankfurt am Main 1994
  • Schattenmänner, Frankfurt am Main 1994
  • Über Robert Walser, Salzburg u.a. 1997 (with William H. Gass)
  • Portrait, Baden/Schweiz 1998 (with Felix von Muralt)
  • In Hackensack, Basel u.a. 2003


  • Adolf Wölfli: "0 Grad 0/000! Entbrantt von Liebes,=Flammen", Frankfurt am Main 1996


  • Dariusz Komorowski: Bewegungsästhetik in den Romanen von Jürg Laederach, Würzburg 2002. ISBN 3-8260-2248-3

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