Friedrich Dürrenmatt's Der Auftrag : An Exception within an Oeuvre of Cultural Pessimism and Worst Possible Outcomes

  title={Friedrich D{\"u}rrenmatt's Der Auftrag : An Exception within an Oeuvre of Cultural Pessimism and Worst Possible Outcomes},
  author={Bruce Plouffe},
  journal={Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies},
  pages={19 - 36}
  • B. Plouffe
  • Published 29 January 2007
  • Art
  • Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies


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