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Franz Innerhofer

born 1944 in Krimml (Salzburg). In 2002, he comitted suicide  in Graz. Published at Residenz: Schöne Tage (1974), Schattseite (1975), Die großen Wörter (1977), Der Emporkömmling (1982), Um die Wette leben (1993), Scheibtruhe (1996).

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Franz Innerhofer - Beautiful Days

Come on, then! Stay right there! Keep still now! Life on a hill-farm, a country childhood: eleven years of servitude, fear and humiliation. Only then does Holl find the strength and the courage to break free and leave his father’s farm, to set out on a new life fit for a human being.

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