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The Turkish-German artist is an actress, director and author
Interest in German theatre began as a young adult working in a factory in Berlin and later began studying acting in Istanbul http://www.literaturfestival.com/participants/authors/2005/emine-sevgi-ozdamar http://mithatsarcan.blogspot.com/2012/06/emine-sevgi-ozdamar.html Emine Sevgi Özdamar http://www.hausderkulturen.org/A-Ebene/Aktion-2006.html Pieces of Work Karagöz in Alamania, (play, 1982)
Mutterzunge, (short stories, 1990)
Keleoğlan in Alamania, (play, 1991)
Das Leben ist eine Karawanserei hat zwei Türen aus einer kam ich rein aus der anderen ging ich raus, (novel, 1992)
Die Brücke vom Goldenen Horn, (novel, 1998)
The Bridge of the Golden Horn, publisher: Serpent's Tail, 2009)
Der Hof im Spiegel, (short stories, 2001)
Seltsame Sterne starren zur Erde, (novel, 2003) Ingeborg Bachmann Prize (1991)
New-York Scholarship des Literaturfonds Darmstadt (1995)
Künstlerinnenpreis des Landes NRW (2001)
Stadtschreiberin von Bergen-Enkheim (2003)
Kleist Prize (2004)
Carl Zuckmayer Medal (2010) Awards Recieved Received recognition mainly through her passion for poetry
Inspiration came from the works of Heinrich Heine and Bertolt Brecht
She later decided to study with Brecht's disciple Benno Besson in Berlin Presents ideals depicting: experiences, stories, fantasies, myths and dreams in a sensitive but unsentimental fashion.
Binds together different cultural facets and applies modern discourses and contemporary politics with quick pace narration which proves to be very interesting.
Characteristics of her works: uses phonetic and figurative aspects of German language, allowing influence upon speech patterns which helps to develop poetic idioms.
In 2007, became a member of German Academy for Language and Poetry.
Currently resides Özdamar lives in Berlin. Conclusion http://www.migrants-moving-history.org/a_oezdamar_8.htm