Felicie Rotter

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Felicie Rotter (born June 10, 1916 in Gmunden ; † December 28, 1982 in Salzburg ) was an Austrian writer.

Rotter was the daughter of the writer Julius Pupp and the writer Geraldine Erben. She lived in Salzburg since 1947. In 1967 she received the Georg Trakl Prize for Poetry together with Franz Braumann . She was a member of the Austrian PEN Club .



  • The other. A homecoming novel. Kremayr & Scheriau, Vienna 1953.
  • The blood seal. Novel. Book club Donauland, Vienna 1957.
  • Snow and nuts. Poems. Bergland Verlag, Vienna 1960.

Illustrations for: Josef Weinträger : Onkel Mond. Pallas, Salzburg 1951.

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Roman Roček : Splendor and misery of the PEN: biography of a literary club. Vienna 2000, p. 616.