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Verse eines Amerika-Deutschen

The German and English Poetry of Gerhard Rudolf Schade

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Richard Schade

The poetry of Gerhard Rudolf Schade was written between 1926 and the early 1980s. He focused on the immigrant experience as well as on the persons, places and considerations of a German in the United States. The poetry is regional, to the extent that Schade writes of his German homeland of Silesia and of his American homeland, New Hampshire. The poetry documents the creativity of a bilingual author as beholden to Robert Frost as to turn-of-the-century German literature.