Theodor Schübel (born June 18, 1925 in Schwarzenbach an der Saale ; † January 30, 2012 there ) was a German writer .
Theodor Schübel was the son of a master brewer . He worked in industry for a long time. He began writing for the theater in the late 1950s. From 1963 he lived as a freelance writer in Schwarzenbach and wrote numerous successful plays and television scripts . In the 1980s he wrote a number of psychological novels on political and contemporary issues. Since 2004 he lived in Landau in the Palatinate . He died there on January 30, 2012 after a short illness and was buried in his home town of Schwarzenbach / Saale .
- Karl Sand , Berlin, 1964
- Where is Jena located? , Berlin, 1964
- The Affair , Berlin, 1966
- The benefactor , Berlin, 1966
- The cuirassier Sebastian and his son , Munich, 1970
- Basement years , Munich, 1982
- Back in August , Munich, 1983
- Martin Luther , Munich, 1983
- Thirteen hours of fear , Munich, 1985
- Bischoff - a career , Munich, 1987
- Pastor Dennewitz , Berlin, 1992
- From the banks of the Saale , Berlin, 1992
- Honoré de Balzac : Mr. Mercadet , Berlin, 1964
- Molière : The Miser , Berlin, 1971
Theodor Schübel received the Gerhart Hauptmann Prize in 1957 , a DAG television prize in gold in 1977 and 1982 , the Literature Prize of the New Literary Society Hamburg in 1982, the Jakob Kaiser Prize in 1983 and the Fichtelgebirgsverein's Culture Prize in 1992 ; since 1997 he was an honorary citizen of the city of Schwarzenbach . The Schübelweiher street is named in Schwarzenbach for his family.
- Literature by and about Theodor Schübel in the catalog of the German National Library
- Theodor Schübel in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- ^ City of Schwarzenbach ad Saale mourns honorary citizen Theodor Schübel
- ↑ Culture Prize of the Fichtelgebirgsverein e. V. , Fichtelgebirgsverein e. V.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German writer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 18, 1925|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Schwarzenbach on the Saale|
|DATE OF DEATH||January 30, 2012|
|Place of death||Schwarzenbach on the Saale|