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 Paul Wolfgang Merkelschen Familienstiftung Nürnberg

Prof.Dr.med. Karl Stern

männlich 1906 - 1975  (69 Jahre)


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  • Name Karl Stern 
    Titel Prof.Dr.med. 
    Geboren 08 Apr 1906  Cham Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort 
    Geschlecht männlich 
    Beruf Chefarzt Nervenklinik Ottawa 
    Gestorben 06 Nov 1975 
    Personen-Kennung I845  Paul Wolfgang Merkel | Keller-Daten
    Zuletzt bearbeitet am 25 Aug 2016 | AlbrechtM 

    Familie Lieselotte (Elisabeth) (Charlotte) von Baeyer,   geb. 17 Jan 1907, München,,,,,,,, Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 12 Sep 1971, Montreal Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 64 Jahre) 
    Kinder 
     1. "Antony" Moritz Stern,   geb. 03 Jul 1937, London,,,,,,,, Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 24 Mai 1967  (Alter 29 Jahre)
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     4. John Stern,   geb. 27 Nov 1943, Montreal,,,,,,,, Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort,   gest. 30 Nov 1943, Montreal,,,,,,,, Suche alle Personen mit Ereignissen an diesem Ort  (Alter 0 Jahre)
    Zuletzt bearbeitet am 26 Mrz 2008 
    Familien-Kennung F189  Familienblatt  |  Familientafel

  • Notizen 
    • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Stern

      Autor von: Stern, Karl, The Pillar of Fire, a personal story of a spiritual voyage from Judaism to Catholicism, London Michael Joseph 1951
      auf deutsch 1954
      „Die Feuerwolke“ übersetzt von Elisabeth Mayer

      The flight from woman 1965

      Love and success 1975

      Über ihn : A forgotten Freudian: The passion of Karl Stern von Daniel Burston.
      2016

      Außerdem
      novel "Through Dooms of love" 1960 Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy
      besprochen in
      KIRKUS REVIEW 14.3.1960

      The Radberts, a Czechoslovakian family of wealth and culture, find little but fancy and illusion to support them once they have been loosed from their familiar moorings. Particularly outcast are Radbert senior, a quixotic aesthete, who has tried to fill his life with the love of art when he is refused the love of his wife, and his daughter, Marianne, neurotically tied to her father. When Marianne, a model, suggests that she may be becoming involved with her employer, a successful business man who has made it the hard way, her father succumbs to a stroke which renders him partially insane. Out of this disaster is born the passion of Marianne Radbert, a passion which takes her through the fires of neurotic torment and salves her with a balm, one part Catholicism, one part psychoanalysis. Karl Stern, author of The Pillar of Fire and The Third Revolution does not digress from his theme of guilt and expiation, but injects incest, psychosis, and isolation into character and situation which are at once oppressive and familiar. A long, depressing novel which , after much whining, ends with a whimper.