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Rose Ausländer (Germany)

Rose Ausländer, who died in 1988, was a Jewish German- and English language poet. She was born in Bucovina (on what is now the Romania/Ukraine border), and lived in U.S.A, Romania, and Germany.

During her life Ausländer was awarded the Droste-Prize of Meersburg (1967), the Ida-Dehmel-Prize, the Andreas-Gryphius Prize, the Roswitha-Medallion of Bad Gandersheim (1980) and the Literature Prize of the Bavarian Academy of Art (1984).