unbekannter Gast

Dor, Milo eigentlich Milutin Doroslovac, Pseudonyme Alex Lutin, Alexander Dormann#

b. Budapest (Hungary), March 7, 1923. Narrative writer and translator of Serbian and Croatian literature. Grew up in Belgrade from 1933, arrested as communist resistance fighter in 1942 and deported to a labour camp in Vienna. Since 1945 D. has written in German, mainly novels and novellas criticising contemporary times or dealing with historical subjects, as well as screenplays and newspaper features. Awarded the A. Gryphius Prize in 1998.

Works#

Novels and prose: Tote auf Urlaub, 1952, Nichts als Erinnerung, 1959, Die weisse Stadt, 1969 (appeared in 1979 as the "Die Raikow-Saga" trilogy); Meine Reisen nach Wien, 1974; Auf dem falschen Dampfer, 1988 (autobiography); Mit dem Kopf durch die Wand. Serbische Aphorismen, 1988; Wien, Juli 1999, 1997. - Essays: Schriftsteller und Potentaten, 1991; Mitteleuropa: Mythos oder Wirklichkeit, 1996. - Drama: Der vergessene Bahnhof, 1948. - Radio and TV shows. - Ed. of anthologies of Serbian literature.

Literature#

H. A. Niederle (ed.): M. D. Beitraege und Materialien, 1988.