Celan at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:
Romanian poet who wrote in German. When Romania came under Nazi control during World War II, Celan, a Jew, was sent to a forced-labor camp; his parents were murdered. He moved to Vienna in 1947 and published his first volume of poetry, The Sand from the Urns, in 1948. His second volume, Poppy and Memory (1952), established his reputation in W. Germany. He produced seven more volumes before taking his own life by drowning in the Seine. His dense and complex verse is marked by his experience of World War II; his early poem "Todesfuge" is probably the most famous poetic expression of the Holocaust.
celan at English (WD) Of Explained:
VerbInter: es-verb-form » celar
Translation: mg » celan