Elfriede Jelinek (October 20, 1946) is an Austrian feminist playwright and novelist. In 2004 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Jelinek was born in the town of M├╝rzzuschlag in the Austrian province of Styria. His father was II. He was a Czech-born Jew who managed to survive World War II. Her mother was from a wealthy family in Vienna. He took piano, organ, guitar, violin and viola lessons from an early age. He graduated from the Vienna Conservatory as an organist. He also studied art history and theater at the University of Vienna. He started to write poetry at a young age. His first work was a compilation of Lisas Schatten. In the early 1970s, he married Gottfried H├╝ngsberg. Before he received the Nobel Prize, Jelinek was not well known outside the German-speaking countries. In the writing style, traditional Austrian literature is deeply felt and influenced by the Austrian writer Robert Musil.

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