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Rolf Dieter Brinkmann (April 16, 1940, Vechta, Oldenburg - April
23, 1975, London) was an important poet of German Pop-Literatur. He
also wrote Keiner wei mehr (Nobody knows anymore), a novel of
modern family life. His early writing was inspired by Gottfried
Benn and the French nouveau roman. The precision of description of
this style never left him, but in the 1960s Benn merged with
William Carlos Williams, Frank O'Hara and Ted Berrigan. Brinkmann's
poetry is filled with references to popular culture, from tango to
Hollywood films. Brinkmann despised the fashionable leftist
literature with its platitudes, his sensibility and the despair of
civilisation permeating Rom, Blicke and the other posthumously
published prose writings goes much deeper.
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