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Inge Müller, born in 1925, worked various jobs after the war and then became a freelance writer in 1953, which was also the year when she met Heiner Müller (who is best known for his theater plays). They married in 1955. In addition to collaborating with Heiner Müller on theater and radio plays, she was a writer in her own right of children's books, radio plays, prose, and lyric poetry. She commited suicide in 1966. The poems in Volume 4, Number 1 are taken from a volume of collected works (whose title literally means: Anyshere, Just Once Would I Like to See), edited by Ines Geipel.

Unterm Schutt (Under the Rubble ) from Irgendwo; noch einaml möcht ich sehn: Vol. 4, No. 1


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