Craig A. Monson
Nuns Behaving Badly
Tales of Music, Magic, Art, and Arson in the Convents of Italy
Max Frisch (1911–91) was one of the giants of twentieth-century German literature, achieving fame as a novelist, playwright, diarist, and essayist. He lived primarily in Switzerland. He received many German and international literature prizes, including the Jerusalem Prize for the Freedom of the Individual in Society.