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Kasack
Kasack Ka*sack", n. (Ethnol.) Same as Cossack.

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- Hermann Robert Richard Eugen Kasack (24 July 1896 – 10 January 1966) was a German writer. He is best known for his novel Die Stadt hinter dem Strom (The...
- Wolfgang Kasack (Potsdam, 20 January 1927 – Much, 10 January 2003) was a German Slavic studies scholar and translator. After his death, his academic estate...
- existentialist novel Die Stadt hinter dem Strom, the German novelist Hermann Kasack adapted elements of the epic into a metaphor for the aftermath of the destruction...
- and Tucholsky, to Barlach, Bergengruen, Broch, Hoffmannsthal, Kästner, Kasack, Kesten, Kraus, Lasker-Schüler, Unruh, Werfel, Zuckmayer, and Hesse. The...
- existentialist novel Die Stadt hinter dem Strom, the German novelist Hermann Kasack adapted elements of the epic into a metaphor for the aftermath of the destruction...
- beyond the river) is a German language existentialist novel by Hermann Kasack, published in 1947 in Berlin. It is considered one of the most important...
- Russia Thomas Schaub Noonan (1938–2001) from the United States Wolfgang Kasack (1927–2003) from Germany Isabel Margaret de Madariaga (1919–2014) from UK...
- 36 8932 16:44 Bad Ems, RP, Germany 257 159 7.30% April 6, 2015 Andreas Kasack 8848 20:23 Vöhl, Hessen, Germany 355 220 4.77% June 5, 2015 Michael Thierry...
- oratorio-opera in three acts composed by Hans Vogt to a libretto by Hermann Kasack based on his 1947 dystopian novel Die Stadt hinter dem Strom. Die Stadt...
- intellectuals including Bertolt Brecht, Johannes R. Becher, Ernst Bloch, Hermann Kasack, Rudolf Leonhard, Walter Mehring, Robert Musil, Joseph Roth, Ernst Toller...