Christine von Brühl
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Christine Gräfin von Brühl (born 31 December 1962) is a German author and journalist.
Christine von Brühl
BornChristine Gräfin von Brühl
31 December 1962 (age 59)
Accra, Ghana
OccupationAuthor, journalist
RelativesDietrich von Brühl (father)
Life and career
Brühl grew up in Accra, London, Brussels and Bonn due to her father's regular transfer as a diplomat. She studied Slavic studies, Eastern European history and philosophy in Mainz, Vienna, Lublin and Heidelberg. In 1990, she moved to Dresden. After an internship at the Sächsische Zeitung and journalistic work there as an editor in Freital, she wrote for Die Zeit and the journal "Das Magazin". In 1992, she received her doctorate at Heidelberg University; her dissertation is entitled "The non-verbal means of expression in Anton Chekhov's stage work".[1] Her own book publications as a freelance author followed.
Brühl lives in Berlin, is married and has two children.[2][3]
Christine Gräfin von Brühl is the third child of diplomat Dietrich Graf von Brühl and Maria-Oktavia Gräfin von Brühl, née Maria Oktavia Monika Coletta Christophora Sophie Joanna Walburga, Countess of Waldburg zu Wolfegg and Waldsee. Heinrich von Brühl is one of the ancestors of the author, to whom the Brühl's Terrace and Brühl Glories in Dresden can be traced back.[2]
  1. ^ Die nonverbalen Ausdrucksmittel in Anton Čechovs Bühnenwerk DNB-IDN 945733186
  2. ^ a b Vorspann (S. 9) in: Brühlsche Terrasse und Schwanenservice. Alltagserlebnisse in Sachsen, Taucha 1996
  3. ^ "Produkte nach Autoren: Christine von Brühl".
  4. ^ "Buecher Christine Graefin Bruehl". Archived from the original on February 6, 2015. Retrieved April 25, 2021.
  5. ^ GND 113886322
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