Joachim Ringelnatz is the pen name of the German author and painter Hans Bötticher(7 August 1883, Wurzen, Saxony – 17 November 1934, Berlin). His pen name Ringelnatz is usually explained as a dialect expression for an animal, possibly a variant of Ringelnatter, German for Grass Snake or more probably the seahorse for winding ("ringeln") its tail around objects. Seahorse is called Ringelnass (nass = wet) by mariners to whom he felt belonging. He was a sailor in his youth and spent the First World War in the Navy on a minesweeper. In the 1920s and 1930s, he worked as a Kabarettist, i.e., a kind of satirical stand-up comedian. He is best known for his wry poems, often using word play and sometimes bordering on nonsense poetry. Some of these are similar to Christian Morgenstern's, but often mo

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  • Joachim Ringelnatz (* 7. August 1883 in Wurzen; † 17. November 1934 in Berlin; eigentlich Hans Gustav Bötticher) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller, Kabarettist und Maler, der vor allem für humoristische Gedichte um die Kunstfigur Kuttel Daddeldu bekannt ist. Er war bekannt zur Zeit der Weimarer Republik, stand an Popularität den Comedian Harmonists in nichts nach und zählte Schauspieler wie Asta Nielsen und Paul Wegener zu seinen engen Freunden und Weggefährten. Sein teils skurril, expressionistisch, witzig und geistreich geprägtes Werk hat noch einen hohen zeitgenössischen Bekanntheitsgrad. (de)
  • Joachim Ringelnatz is the pen name of the German author and painter Hans Bötticher(7 August 1883, Wurzen, Saxony – 17 November 1934, Berlin). His pen name Ringelnatz is usually explained as a dialect expression for an animal, possibly a variant of Ringelnatter, German for Grass Snake or more probably the seahorse for winding ("ringeln") its tail around objects. Seahorse is called Ringelnass (nass = wet) by mariners to whom he felt belonging. He was a sailor in his youth and spent the First World War in the Navy on a minesweeper. In the 1920s and 1930s, he worked as a Kabarettist, i.e., a kind of satirical stand-up comedian. He is best known for his wry poems, often using word play and sometimes bordering on nonsense poetry. Some of these are similar to Christian Morgenstern's, but often more satirical in tone and occasionally subversive. His most popular creation is the anarchic sailor Kuddel Daddeldu with his drunken antics and disdain for authority. In his final thirteen years Ringelnatz was also a dedicated and prolific visual artist; the bulk of his art seems to have gone missing during World War II, but over 200 paintings and drawings survived. In the 1920s some of his work was exhibited at the Akademie der Künste along with that of his contemporaries Otto Dix and George Grosz. Ringelnatz also illustrated his own novel called "...liner Roma..." (1923), the title of which is a doubly truncated "Berliner Roman" (Berlin novel), for "Berlin novels usually have no decent beginning and no proper ending." ("Berliner Romane haben meist keinen ordentlichen Anfang und kein rechtes Ende.") In 1933, he was banned by the Nazi government as a "degenerate artist." (en)
  • Joachim Ringelnatz, né le 7 août 1883 à Wurzen et mort le 17 novembre 1934 à Berlin, de son vrai nom Hans Gustav Bötticher, est un écrivain, un artiste de music-hall et un peintre allemand qui dut sa notoriété principalement à ses poèmes humoristiques autour du personnage de Kuttel Daddeldu. (fr)
  • Dopo aver prestato servizio militare in marina durante la prima guerra mondiale, cominciò a declamare i suoi componimenti satirici nei locali di Berlino. Si trattava di poesie basate su giochi di parole e su doppi sensi, a contenuto polemico e talvolta apertamente sovversivo. Il personaggio ricorrente in questi componimenti era il marinaio Kuddel Daddeldu, una sorta di alter ego antiautoritario e anarchico. Per questo, il regime nazista bollò la sua arte come "degenerata". Ringelnatz ha lasciato numerose raccolte di poesie, alcuni lavori di prosa, opere narrative autobiografiche e libri per bambini. Molte delle sue opere figurative sono andate distrutte durante la seconda guerra mondiale. (it)
  • ヨアヒム・リンゲルナッツ(Joachim Ringelnatz、1883年8月7日 - 1934年11月17日)は、ドイツの詩人、作家、画家。本名ハンス・グスタフ・ベティヒャー(Hans Gustav Bötticher)。学校を中退、水夫を経て放浪生活を送りつつ、ウィーン、ミュンヘン、ベルリンなどのカバレットで自作詩を披露した。ケストナー、メーリング、ブレヒトなどとともに新即物主義(ノイエ・ザハリヒカイト)の代表的詩人であり、虚飾を廃した素朴な即興詩やナンセンス詩を多く作っている。詩集に『体操詩』『クッテルダデルドゥ』(ともに1920年)など。 (ja)
  • Joachim Ringelnatz, pseudônimo de Hans Bötticher (Wurzen, 7 de agosto de 1883 — Berlim, 17 de novembro de 1934) foi um poeta e pintor alemão. Foi marinheiro em sua juventude, mais tarde seguindo outros rumos profissionais, inclusive como escritor. A sua criação mais popular é a do marinheiro anárquico Kuddel Daddeldu (ver desenho ao lado). Ringelnatz é reconhecido, em especial, por seus poemas irônicos e seus vários pseudônimos. Por exemplo, em sua versão de chapeuzinho vermelho, ele diz que a menina trazia dentro de sua cesta de delícias preparadas para a vovozinha por sua mãe, uma garrafa de uísque escocês - tudo para fazer a vovó ficar mais forte e mais faceira. Em 1933 o regime nazista inseriu seu nome em sua lista de artistas degenerados proibidos na Alemanha. (pt)
  • Joachim Ringelnatz (właściwe nazwisko Hans Bötticher) (ur. 7 sierpnia 1883 r. w Wurzen koło Lipska, zm. 17 listopada 1934 r. w Berlinie), niemiecki poeta, karykaturzysta, rysownik i malarz. Tłumaczką jego twórczości na język polski jest prof. Teresa Kowalska. (pl)
  • Иоахим Рингельнац (нем. Joachim Ringelnatz, настоящее имя Ганс Густав Бёттихер (нем. Hans Gustav Bötticher); 7 августа 1883, Вурцен — 17 ноября 1934, Берлин) — немецкий писатель, поэт, артист и художник. (ru)
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  • Joachim Ringelnatz (* 7. August 1883 in Wurzen; † 17. November 1934 in Berlin; eigentlich Hans Gustav Bötticher) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller, Kabarettist und Maler, der vor allem für humoristische Gedichte um die Kunstfigur Kuttel Daddeldu bekannt ist. Er war bekannt zur Zeit der Weimarer Republik, stand an Popularität den Comedian Harmonists in nichts nach und zählte Schauspieler wie Asta Nielsen und Paul Wegener zu seinen engen Freunden und Weggefährten. Sein teils skurril, expressionistisch, witzig und geistreich geprägtes Werk hat noch einen hohen zeitgenössischen Bekanntheitsgrad. (de)
  • Joachim Ringelnatz, né le 7 août 1883 à Wurzen et mort le 17 novembre 1934 à Berlin, de son vrai nom Hans Gustav Bötticher, est un écrivain, un artiste de music-hall et un peintre allemand qui dut sa notoriété principalement à ses poèmes humoristiques autour du personnage de Kuttel Daddeldu. (fr)
  • ヨアヒム・リンゲルナッツ(Joachim Ringelnatz、1883年8月7日 - 1934年11月17日)は、ドイツの詩人、作家、画家。本名ハンス・グスタフ・ベティヒャー(Hans Gustav Bötticher)。学校を中退、水夫を経て放浪生活を送りつつ、ウィーン、ミュンヘン、ベルリンなどのカバレットで自作詩を披露した。ケストナー、メーリング、ブレヒトなどとともに新即物主義(ノイエ・ザハリヒカイト)の代表的詩人であり、虚飾を廃した素朴な即興詩やナンセンス詩を多く作っている。詩集に『体操詩』『クッテルダデルドゥ』(ともに1920年)など。 (ja)
  • Joachim Ringelnatz (właściwe nazwisko Hans Bötticher) (ur. 7 sierpnia 1883 r. w Wurzen koło Lipska, zm. 17 listopada 1934 r. w Berlinie), niemiecki poeta, karykaturzysta, rysownik i malarz. Tłumaczką jego twórczości na język polski jest prof. Teresa Kowalska. (pl)
  • Иоахим Рингельнац (нем. Joachim Ringelnatz, настоящее имя Ганс Густав Бёттихер (нем. Hans Gustav Bötticher); 7 августа 1883, Вурцен — 17 ноября 1934, Берлин) — немецкий писатель, поэт, артист и художник. (ru)
  • Joachim Ringelnatz is the pen name of the German author and painter Hans Bötticher(7 August 1883, Wurzen, Saxony – 17 November 1934, Berlin). His pen name Ringelnatz is usually explained as a dialect expression for an animal, possibly a variant of Ringelnatter, German for Grass Snake or more probably the seahorse for winding ("ringeln") its tail around objects. Seahorse is called Ringelnass (nass = wet) by mariners to whom he felt belonging. He was a sailor in his youth and spent the First World War in the Navy on a minesweeper. In the 1920s and 1930s, he worked as a Kabarettist, i.e., a kind of satirical stand-up comedian. He is best known for his wry poems, often using word play and sometimes bordering on nonsense poetry. Some of these are similar to Christian Morgenstern's, but often mo (en)
  • Dopo aver prestato servizio militare in marina durante la prima guerra mondiale, cominciò a declamare i suoi componimenti satirici nei locali di Berlino. Si trattava di poesie basate su giochi di parole e su doppi sensi, a contenuto polemico e talvolta apertamente sovversivo. Il personaggio ricorrente in questi componimenti era il marinaio Kuddel Daddeldu, una sorta di alter ego antiautoritario e anarchico. Per questo, il regime nazista bollò la sua arte come "degenerata". (it)
  • Joachim Ringelnatz, pseudônimo de Hans Bötticher (Wurzen, 7 de agosto de 1883 — Berlim, 17 de novembro de 1934) foi um poeta e pintor alemão. Foi marinheiro em sua juventude, mais tarde seguindo outros rumos profissionais, inclusive como escritor. A sua criação mais popular é a do marinheiro anárquico Kuddel Daddeldu (ver desenho ao lado). Em 1933 o regime nazista inseriu seu nome em sua lista de artistas degenerados proibidos na Alemanha. (pt)
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