Gregor Von Rezzori

Gregor von Rezzori (1914--1998) studied at the University of Vienna and for a time lived in Bucharest. In Germany, after World War II, he became active as a writer and in radio broadcasting and filmmaking activities. American readers first discovered his writing in English with the appearance of his story "Troth" in "The New Yorker," Von Rezzori's books include "Tales from Maghrebinia," "Oedipus Triumphs at Stalingrad," "The Hussar," "The Death of My Brother Abel," and "Anecdotage," He lived...See more