. .
Deutsch
Deutschland
Suchtools
Anmelden

Anmelden mit Facebook:

Registrieren
Passwort vergessen?


Such-Historie
Merkliste
Links zu eurobuch.de

Dieses Buch teilen auf…
..?
Buchtipps
Aktuelles
Tipp von eurobuch.de
Werbung
FILTER
- 0 Ergebnisse
Kleinster Preis: 4.50 EUR, größter Preis: 4.95 EUR, Mittelwert: 4.68 EUR
Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. Aus dem Niederländischen übersetzt von Helga van Beuningen. Originaltitel: Ne heb je. - (=edition suhrkamp, es 1433, NF 433). - Rubinstein, Renate
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Rubinstein, Renate:

Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. Aus dem Niederländischen übersetzt von Helga van Beuningen. Originaltitel: Ne heb je. - (=edition suhrkamp, es 1433, NF 433). - gebunden oder broschiert

1987, ISBN: 3518114336

ID: 19211112372

[EAN: 9783518114339], Gebraucht, wie neu, [SC: 2.0], [PU: Frankfurt am Main : Suhrkamp Verlag,], PSYCHOLOGIE, SOZIOLOGIE, GESELLSCHAFT, AUTOBIOGRAPHISCHE SCHRIFTEN, AUTOBIOGRAFIE, AUTOBIOGRAFIEN, AUTOBIOGRAPHIEN, POLITIK, ERINNERUNGEN, GESCHICHTE, MS, AUTOBIOGRAPHIE, DRITTES REICH, ERLEBNISBERICHT, POLITISCHE IDENTITÄT, ZEITGESCHICHTE, TIEFENPSYCHOLOGIE, PSYCHOANALYSE, VERHALTEN, ENTWICKLUNGSPSYCHOLOGIE, PSYCHISCHE KRANKHEITEN, NEUROSE, PSYCHOSE, STÖRUNG, MENSCH, VERARBEITUNG, PSYCHOENERGETIK BEZIEHUNG, EMOTIONEN, PSYCHE, SEELE, GEFÜHL, MOTIVATION, SOZIALE KARRIERE, LEBENSGESCHICHTE, SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE, FRAUENRECHTE, NORMEN, ROLLEN, SOZIALISATION, ARBEIT, FRAUENGESCHICHTE, FRAUENSEXUALITÄT, EMANZIPATION, SOZIOLOGIE FRAUENBEWEGUNG, FRAUENBILDUNG, FEMINISMUS, FRAU ; ZWEIERBEZIEHUNG TRENNUNG HEILKUNST, MEDIZINGESCHICHTE, MEDIZINKRITIK, ARZNEIMITTEL, ETHIK, WISSENSCHAFTSGESCHICHTE, GESUNDHEIT, GESUNDHEITSERZIEHUNG, WISSENSCHAFTLICHER FORTSCHRITT, WISSENSCHAFTLICHE INFORMATION, MEDIZINALKOMPLEX, GESUNDHEITSWESEN, MEDIZIN, MEDIKAMENTE, Jacket, 113 (15) Seiten. 17,8 cm. Umschlag nach Entwürfen von Willy Fleckhaus. Sehr guter Zustand. - Renate Ida Rubinstein (Berlin, November 16, 1929 – Amsterdam, November 23, 1990) was a German-Dutch writer, journalist and columnist. Biography: Rubinstein was born in Berlin, Germany, to a Jewish father and non-Jewish mother. Following the rise of Nazi Germany the Rubinstein family decided to leave the country, and fled to Amsterdam, from there on to London, Switzerland and eventually back to Amsterdam again. Following the Battle of the Netherlands, when Nazi Germany invaded and conquered the Netherlands in 1940, Rubinstein's father was arrested. He was murdered in the Auschwitz concentration camp near the end of World War II. This event was a determining factor in Rubinstein's life and work - she is said to have spent the rest of her life searching for a father-figure, and her bond with German-British sociologist Norbert Elias has been explained by some as proof for this. During her teen years Rubinstein was a pupil at the Vossius Gymnasium in Amsterdam, but was sent away. . During her study - which she broke off after two years - Rubinstein started her career as a writer, first writing for the Nieuw Israëlitische Weekblad (New Israelite Weekly) and Propria Cures. Later on she wrote for Vrij Nederland (Free Netherlands, weekly magazine), Het Parool (national newspaper), the national daily NRC Handelsblad, the monthly magazine Avenue, Hollands Weekblad (Holland Weekly), Hollands Maandblad (Holland Monthly) and the literary magazine Tirade. In 1966 she was forced to pay a fine for her involvement in protests against the German Claus von Amsberg, who was about to marry princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, although she publicly changed her mind about him for the better later. She was even asked to write a book about the crown prince Willem-Alexander when he turned 18. In 1968 Rubinstein played an important role in an attempt to rehabilitate the Jewish collaborator posturing as a resistance fighter, Friedrich Weinreb. Her weekly columns in Vrij Nederland, which started to appear in 1962 under the pseudonym Tamar, were very popular and often provoked furious debates with other columnists, like Hugo Brandt Corstius and W.F. Hermans. The latter objected fiercely in an essay about Collaboratie en verzet (Collaboration and resistance) to the - according to Hermans - unreasonable and unfounded attack on a Jewish woman Bep Turksma in the "autobiography" of Friedrich Weinreb, which had been edited by Rubinstein and her ex-husband Aad Nuis. Though her heart was on the left in the political sense, she often ruffled feathers in left wing circles with her misgivings about feminism, totalitarian socialism as it had developed in Eastern Europe and Maoist China, and nuclear pacifism. In 1982 Renate Rubinstein delivered the Huizinga Lecture in Leiden, the Netherlands, under the title: Links en rechts in de politiek en in het leven (Left and right in politics and life). Rubinstein was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1977. This brought about great changes in her life, which she outlined in her book Nee heb je (translated into English under the title Take It and Leave It: Aspects of Being Ill) (1985). Rubinstein died on November 23 1990 at the age of 61. She was buried at the Amsterdam Zorgvlied cemetery. Shortly after her death her book Mijn beter ik (My better self) was published in which she revealed that she had had a secret affair with Simon Carmiggelt for several years. Before that she had been married to Aad Nuis, and later Jaap van Heerden. . Aus: wikipedia-Renate_Rubinstein Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 120 Psychologie, Soziologie, Gesellschaft, Autobiographische Schriften, Autobiografie, Autobiografien, Autobiographien, Politik, Erinnerungen, Geschichte, MS, Autobiographie, Drittes Reich, Erlebnisbericht, Politische Identität, Zeitgeschichte, Tiefenpsychologie, Psychoanalyse, Verhalten, Entwicklungspsychologie, Psychische Krankheiten, Ne

gebrauchtes bzw. antiquarisches Buch ZVAB.com
BOUQUINIST, München, BY, Germany [1048136] [Rating: 5 (von 5)]
NOT NEW BOOK Versandkosten: EUR 2.00
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. Aus dem Niederländischen übersetzt von Helga van Beuningen. Originaltitel: Ne heb je. - (=edition suhrkamp, es 1433, NF 433). - Rubinstein, Renate
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)

Rubinstein, Renate:

Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. Aus dem Niederländischen übersetzt von Helga van Beuningen. Originaltitel: Ne heb je. - (=edition suhrkamp, es 1433, NF 433). - gebunden oder broschiert

1987, ISBN: 3518114336

ID: 19211112372

[EAN: 9783518114339], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: Frankfurt am Main : Suhrkamp Verlag,], PSYCHOLOGIE, SOZIOLOGIE, GESELLSCHAFT, AUTOBIOGRAPHISCHE SCHRIFTEN, AUTOBIOGRAFIE, AUTOBIOGRAFIEN, AUTOBIOGRAPHIEN, POLITIK, ERINNERUNGEN, GESCHICHTE, MS, AUTOBIOGRAPHIE, DRITTES REICH, ERLEBNISBERICHT, POLITISCHE IDENTITÄT, ZEITGESCHICHTE, TIEFENPSYCHOLOGIE, PSYCHOANALYSE, VERHALTEN, ENTWICKLUNGSPSYCHOLOGIE, PSYCHISCHE KRANKHEITEN, NEUROSE, PSYCHOSE, STÖRUNG, MENSCH, VERARBEITUNG, PSYCHOENERGETIK BEZIEHUNG, EMOTIONEN, PSYCHE, SEELE, GEFÜHL, MOTIVATION, SOZIALE KARRIERE, LEBENSGESCHICHTE, SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE, FRAUENRECHTE, NORMEN, ROLLEN, SOZIALISATION, ARBEIT, FRAUENGESCHICHTE, FRAUENSEXUALITÄT, EMANZIPATION, SOZIOLOGIE FRAUENBEWEGUNG, FRAUENBILDUNG, FEMINISMUS, FRAU ; ZWEIERBEZIEHUNG TRENNUNG HEILKUNST, MEDIZINGESCHICHTE, MEDIZINKRITIK, ARZNEIMITTEL, ETHIK, WISSENSCHAFTSGESCHICHTE, GESUNDHEIT, GESUNDHEITSERZIEHUNG, WISSENSCHAFTLICHER FORTSCHRITT, WISSENSCHAFTLICHE INFORMATION, MEDIZINALKOMPLEX, GESUNDHEITSWESEN, MEDIZIN, MEDIKAMENTE, Jacket, 113 (15) Seiten. 17,8 cm. Umschlag nach Entwürfen von Willy Fleckhaus. Sehr guter Zustand. - Renate Ida Rubinstein (Berlin, November 16, 1929 – Amsterdam, November 23, 1990) was a German-Dutch writer, journalist and columnist. Biography: Rubinstein was born in Berlin, Germany, to a Jewish father and non-Jewish mother. Following the rise of Nazi Germany the Rubinstein family decided to leave the country, and fled to Amsterdam, from there on to London, Switzerland and eventually back to Amsterdam again. Following the Battle of the Netherlands, when Nazi Germany invaded and conquered the Netherlands in 1940, Rubinstein's father was arrested. He was murdered in the Auschwitz concentration camp near the end of World War II. This event was a determining factor in Rubinstein's life and work - she is said to have spent the rest of her life searching for a father-figure, and her bond with German-British sociologist Norbert Elias has been explained by some as proof for this. During her teen years Rubinstein was a pupil at the Vossius Gymnasium in Amsterdam, but was sent away. . During her study - which she broke off after two years - Rubinstein started her career as a writer, first writing for the Nieuw Israëlitische Weekblad (New Israelite Weekly) and Propria Cures. Later on she wrote for Vrij Nederland (Free Netherlands, weekly magazine), Het Parool (national newspaper), the national daily NRC Handelsblad, the monthly magazine Avenue, Hollands Weekblad (Holland Weekly), Hollands Maandblad (Holland Monthly) and the literary magazine Tirade. In 1966 she was forced to pay a fine for her involvement in protests against the German Claus von Amsberg, who was about to marry princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, although she publicly changed her mind about him for the better later. She was even asked to write a book about the crown prince Willem-Alexander when he turned 18. In 1968 Rubinstein played an important role in an attempt to rehabilitate the Jewish collaborator posturing as a resistance fighter, Friedrich Weinreb. Her weekly columns in Vrij Nederland, which started to appear in 1962 under the pseudonym Tamar, were very popular and often provoked furious debates with other columnists, like Hugo Brandt Corstius and W.F. Hermans. The latter objected fiercely in an essay about Collaboratie en verzet (Collaboration and resistance) to the - according to Hermans - unreasonable and unfounded attack on a Jewish woman Bep Turksma in the "autobiography" of Friedrich Weinreb, which had been edited by Rubinstein and her ex-husband Aad Nuis. Though her heart was on the left in the political sense, she often ruffled feathers in left wing circles with her misgivings about feminism, totalitarian socialism as it had developed in Eastern Europe and Maoist China, and nuclear pacifism. In 1982 Renate Rubinstein delivered the Huizinga Lecture in Leiden, the Netherlands, under the title: Links en rechts in de politiek en in het leven (Left and right in politics and life). Rubinstein was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1977. This brought about great changes in her life, which she outlined in her book Nee heb je (translated into English under the title Take It and Leave It: Aspects of Being Ill) (1985). Rubinstein died on November 23 1990 at the age of 61. She was buried at the Amsterdam Zorgvlied cemetery. Shortly after her death her book Mijn beter ik (My better self) was published in which she revealed that she had had a secret affair with Simon Carmiggelt for several years. Before that she had been married to Aad Nuis, and later Jaap van Heerden. . Aus: wikipedia-Renate_Rubinstein Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 120 Psychologie, Soziologie, Gesellschaft, Autobiographische Schriften, Autobiografie, Autobiografien, Autobiographien, Politik, Erinnerungen, Geschichte, MS, Autobiographie, Drittes Reich, Erlebnisbericht, Politische Identität, Zeitgeschichte, Tiefenpsychologie, Psychoanalyse, Verhalten, Entwicklungspsychologie, Psychische Krankheiten, Ne

gebrauchtes bzw. antiquarisches Buch Abebooks.de
BOUQUINIST, München, BY, Germany [1048136] [Rating: 5 (von 5)]
NOT NEW BOOK Versandkosten: EUR 2.00
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. Aus dem Niederländischen übersetzt von Helga van Beuningen. Originaltitel: Ne heb je. - (=edition suhrkamp, es 1433, NF 433). - Rubinstein, Renate
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Rubinstein, Renate:
Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. Aus dem Niederländischen übersetzt von Helga van Beuningen. Originaltitel: Ne heb je. - (=edition suhrkamp, es 1433, NF 433). - Erstausgabe

1987

ISBN: 3518114336

Taschenbuch, ID: 56999

Erste Auflage dieser Ausgabe. 113 (15) Seiten. 17,8 cm. Umschlag nach Entwürfen von Willy Fleckhaus. Taschenbuch. Kartoniert. Sehr guter Zustand. - Renate Ida Rubinstein (Berlin, November 16, 1929 – Amsterdam, November 23, 1990) was a German-Dutch writer, journalist and columnist. Biography: Rubinstein was born in Berlin, Germany, to a Jewish father and non-Jewish mother. Following the rise of Nazi Germany the Rubinstein family decided to leave the country, and fled to Amsterdam, from there on to London, Switzerland and eventually back to Amsterdam again. Following the Battle of the Netherlands, when Nazi Germany invaded and conquered the Netherlands in 1940, Rubinstein's father was arrested. He was murdered in the Auschwitz concentration camp near the end of World War II. This event was a determining factor in Rubinstein's life and work - she is said to have spent the rest of her life searching for a father-figure, and her bond with German-British sociologist Norbert Elias has been explained by some as proof for this. During her teen years Rubinstein was a pupil at the Vossius Gymnasium in Amsterdam, but was sent away. ... During her study - which she broke off after two years - Rubinstein started her career as a writer, first writing for the Nieuw Israëlitische Weekblad (New Israelite Weekly) and Propria Cures. Later on she wrote for Vrij Nederland (Free Netherlands, weekly magazine), Het Parool (national newspaper), the national daily NRC Handelsblad, the monthly magazine Avenue, Hollands Weekblad (Holland Weekly), Hollands Maandblad (Holland Monthly) and the literary magazine Tirade. In 1966 she was forced to pay a fine for her involvement in protests against the German Claus von Amsberg, who was about to marry princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, although she publicly changed her mind about him for the better later. She was even asked to write a book about the crown prince Willem-Alexander when he turned 18. In 1968 Rubinstein played an important role in an attempt to rehabilitate the Jewish collaborator posturing as a resistance fighter, Friedrich Weinreb. Her weekly columns in Vrij Nederland, which started to appear in 1962 under the pseudonym Tamar, were very popular and often provoked furious debates with other columnists, like Hugo Brandt Corstius and W.F. Hermans. The latter objected fiercely in an essay about Collaboratie en verzet (Collaboration and resistance) to the - according to Hermans - unreasonable and unfounded attack on a Jewish woman Bep Turksma in the "autobiography" of Friedrich Weinreb, which had been edited by Rubinstein and her ex-husband Aad Nuis. Though her heart was on the left in the political sense, she often ruffled feathers in left wing circles with her misgivings about feminism, totalitarian socialism as it had developed in Eastern Europe and Maoist China, and nuclear pacifism. In 1982 Renate Rubinstein delivered the Huizinga Lecture in Leiden, the Netherlands, under the title: Links en rechts in de politiek en in het leven (Left and right in politics and life). Rubinstein was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1977. This brought about great changes in her life, which she outlined in her book Nee heb je (translated into English under the title Take It and Leave It: Aspects of Being Ill) (1985). Rubinstein died on November 23 1990 at the age of 61. She was buried at the Amsterdam Zorgvlied cemetery. Shortly after her death her book Mijn beter ik (My better self) was published in which she revealed that she had had a secret affair with Simon Carmiggelt for several years. Before that she had been married to Aad Nuis, and later Jaap van Heerden. ... Aus: wikipedia-Renate_Rubinstein Versand D: 2,20 EUR Psychologie, Soziologie, Gesellschaft, Autobiographische Schriften, Autobiografie, Autobiografien, Autobiographien, Politik, Erinnerungen, Geschichte, MS, Autobiographie, Drittes Reich, Erlebnisbericht, Politische Identität, Zeitgeschichte, Tiefenpsychologie, Psychoanalyse, Verhalten, Entwicklungspsychologie, Psychische Krankheiten, Neurose, Psychose, Psychische Störung, Mensch, Verarbeitung, Psychoenergetik Beziehung, Emotionen, Psyche, Seele, Gefühl, Motivation, Soziale Identität, Karriere, Lebensgeschichte, Sozialpsychologie, Frauenrechte, Normen, Rollen, Sozialisation, Arbeit, Frauengeschichte, Frauensexualität, Emanzipation, Soziologie Gesellschaft, Frauenbewegung, Frauenbildung, Feminismus, Frau ; Zweierbeziehung ; Trennung ; Erlebnisbericht, Heilkunst, Medizingeschichte, Medizinkritik, Arzneimittel, Ethik, Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Gesundheit, Gesundheitserziehung, Wissenschaftlicher Fortschritt, Wissenschaftliche Information, Medizinalkomplex, Gesundheitswesen, Medizin, Medikamente, [PU:Frankfurt am Main : Suhrkamp Verlag,]

gebrauchtes bzw. antiquarisches Buch Buchfreund.de
BOUQUINIST Versand-Antiquariat GbR , 80799 München
Versandkosten:Versandkosten innerhalb der BRD (EUR 2.20)
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. - Rubinstein, Renate
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Rubinstein, Renate:
Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. - Erstausgabe

1985, ISBN: 3518114336

Taschenbuch, ID: 17989721421

[EAN: 9783518114339], [SC: 2.3], [PU: Suhrkamp, Frankfurt], STERBEN, TOD, KRANKHEIT, 18 cm, 113 Seiten, weicher Einband, leicht bestoßen, insgesamt guter Zustand 113 gr.

gebrauchtes bzw. antiquarisches Buch ZVAB.com
Antiquariat Tintentraum, Willich, Germany [55471184] [Rating: 5 (von 5)]
Versandkosten: EUR 2.30
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. - Rubinstein, Renate
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Rubinstein, Renate:
Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit. - gebrauchtes Buch

1985, ISBN: 9783518114339

[PU: Suhrkamp], 18 cm, 113 Seiten, weicher Einband, leicht bestoßen, insgesamt guter Zustand -- -- ., [SC: 1.95], gewerbliches Angebot, [GW: 113g], [PU: Frankfurt]

gebrauchtes bzw. antiquarisches Buch Booklooker.de
Antiquariat Tintentraum
Versandkosten:Versand nach Deutschland (EUR 1.95)
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.

< zum Suchergebnis...
Details zum Buch
Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit.
Autor:

Renate Rubinstein

Titel:

Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit.

ISBN-Nummer:

3518114336

Detailangaben zum Buch - Sterben kann man immer noch. Notizen von einer Krankheit.


EAN (ISBN-13): 9783518114339
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3518114336
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1987
Herausgeber: Suhrkamp

Buch in der Datenbank seit 07.07.2007 14:40:02
Buch zuletzt gefunden am 12.11.2016 11:23:10
ISBN/EAN: 3518114336

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
3-518-11433-6, 978-3-518-11433-9

< zum Suchergebnis...
< zum Archiv...
Benachbarte Bücher