Jurek Becker

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Jurek Becker (, probably 30 September 1937 – 14 March 1997) was a Polish-born German writer, screenwriter and East German dissident. His most famous novel is ''Jacob the Liar'', which has been made into two films. He lived in Łódź during World War II for about two years and survived the Holocaust. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 1985
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 1993
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 1993
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 1972
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 1982
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 1999
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 2001
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 2004
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 1986
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by Becker, Jurek
Published 2004
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