The European Graduate School
EST. 1994

Arts, Health and Society Division




Adolf Muschg

Adolf Muschg is a famous Swiss poet and writer. He ranks among the most important writers in contemporary German-language literature and is considered to be the doyen of contemporary Swiss literature as well. Adolf Muschg's extensive and complex work includes, among many other significant works, writings about the relationship between literature and psychoanalysis. He has been awarded the most important literary prize in the German-speaking world - the 'B├╝chner-Preis'.

As a writer and an intellectual, Adolf Muschg is highly engaged in the struggle for social change.