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Joachim Ringelnatz

Joachim Ringelnatz

Joachim Ringelnatz is the . Ringelnatz also illustrated his own novel called "...liner Roma..." (1923), the title of which is a doubly truncated "Berliner Roman" (Berlin novel), for "Berlin novels usually have no decent beginning and no proper ending." ("Berliner Romane haben meist keinen ordentlichen Anfang und kein rechtes Ende."[1])

In 1933, he was banned by the Nazi government as a "degenerate artist."

Works

Tomb in Berlin
  • 1910 Gedichte
  • 1911 Was ein Schiffsjungen-Tagebuch erzählt
  • 1912 Die Schnupftabakdose. Stumpfsinn in Versen und Bildern von Hans Bötticher und Richard Seewald
  • 1913 Ein jeder lebt's. Novellen (digital reconstruction: UB Bielefeld)
  • 1920/1923 Turngedichte
  • 1920 Kuttel Daddeldu oder das schlüpfrige Leid
  • 1921 Die gebatikte Schusterpastete
  • 1922 Die Woge. Marine-Kriegsgeschichten
  • 1923 Kuttel Daddeldu (digital reconstruction: Kuttel Daddeldu. Neue Gedichte der erweiterten Ausgabe, scans of a 1924 edition at the library of the university of Bielefeld)
  • 1924 ...liner Roma... With 10 pictures by himself.
  • 1924 Nervosipopel. Elf Angelegenheiten
  • 1927 Reisebriefe eines Artisten
  • 1928 Allerdings (digital reconstruction: UB Bielefeld)
  • 1928 Als Mariner im Krieg (under the pen name Gustav Hester)
  • 1928 Matrosen. Erinnerungen, ein Skizzenbuch, handelt von Wasser und blauem Tuch
  • 1929 Flugzeuggedanken
  • 1931 Mein Leben bis zum Kriege (Autobiography)
  • 1931 Kinder-Verwirrbuch with many pictures
  • 1932 Die Flasche und mit ihr auf Reisen
  • 1932 Gedichte dreier Jahre (digital reconstruction: UB Bielefeld)
  • 1933 103 Gedichte (digital reconstruction: UB Bielefeld)
  • 1934 Gedichte. Gedichte von einstmals und heute

Posthumously

  • 1935 Der Nachlaß
  • 1939 Kasperle-Verse

Electronic Edition

Most of Ringelnatz's paintings were lost during the Second World War; one of them at the Kunsthaus Zürich is not on display. The Ringelnatzt-Museum in Cuxhaven, managed by the Ringelnatz-Stiftung (see below) shows many of his paintings that mostly came from private owners and survived the desaster of World War II.

Notes

  1. ^ Projekt Gutenberg-DE - Kultur - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten at gutenberg.spiegel.de

External links

  • Ten of Ringelnatz' best-known works (in German)
  • Joachim Ringelnatz - Biografie - Gedichte - Hörbuch - Links at www.ringelnatz.net
  • Ringelnatz-Stiftung at www.ringelnatzstiftung.de
  • Works by or about Joachim Ringelnatz at Internet Archive
  • Works by Joachim Ringelnatz at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)
  • Projekt Gutenberg-DE - Kultur - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten at gutenberg.spiegel.de
  • Joachim Ringelnatz at Find a Grave
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