Dino Larese

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Dino Larese (born August 26, 1914 in Candide di Cadore , Veneto , † June 18, 2001 in Amriswil ) was a Swiss author of prose , poetry , biographies , plays , books for young people and autobiographical writings. He is considered one of the most important cultural workers in the Lake Constance area.

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Dino Larese completed training as a teacher at the seminary in Kreuzlingen from 1930 to 1934 and was a primary school teacher in Amriswil from 1936 to 1980 . From 1949 to 1962, he was program manager of the Ostschweizerische Radiogesellschaft, and from 1949 to 1962 he was the editor of the Thurgauer Jahrbuch .

He was also a corresponding member of the German Academy for Youth Literature and Vice President of the Salzburg Children's and Youth Theater. He founded and organized the conferences of the Amriswil Academy . a. Thomas Mann , Martin Heidegger , Carl Orff took part.

The Dino-Larese-Stiftung , founded in 1994, handed over the author's estate to the Thurgau State Archives as a permanent loan in 2007 and then as a donation including copyrights in 2011 .



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  1. ^ Dino Larese's endowment is in the State Archives. In: St. Galler Tagblatt . October 11, 2011, accessed August 9, 2020 .