friseur

Related to friseur: barber

fri·seur

 (frē-zûr′, -zœr′)
n.
A hairdresser; a coiffeur.

[French, from friser, to curl; see frizz1.]

friseur

(frizœr)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) a hairdresser
[C18: literally: one who curls (hair); see frisette]

fri•seur

(friˈzœr)

n., pl. -seurs (-ˈzœr)
French.
a hairdresser.
Translations
fodrász
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Diesbezuglich meint der Forscher, dass im russischen Lehnwort sirusnik Bartscherer, Friseur (< russ.
On the Awful German Fairy Tale: Breaking Taboos in Representations of Nazi Euthanasia and the Holocaust in Gunter Grass's Die Blechtrommel, Edgar Hilsenrath's Der Nazi & der Friseur, and Anselm Kiefer's Visual Art.
Narrative Transgression in Edgar Hilsenrath's Der Nazi und der Friseur and the Rhetoric of the Sacred in Holocaust Discourse.
On the Awful German Fairy Tale: Breaking Taboos in Representations of Nazi Euthanasia and the Holocaust in Gunter Grass's Die Blechtrommel, Edgard Hilsenrath's Der Nazi & der Friseur, and Anselm Kiefer's Visual Art.
Her face was rather pretty, but its features were so small that it was all but lost in its billowing surroundings, and it was covered by a thin, fair skin that was subject to disfiguring affections, now hives, now eczema, now impetigo, and the whole was framed by fine, pale hair that was abused once a week by a Friseur who baked it with an iron into dozens of horrid little snails.
This quartet is completed by the slightly less canonical Der Nazi & der Friseur by Edgar Hilsenrath.
Im Roman Der Nazi & der Friseur von Edgar Hilsenrath, ist die Darstellung des Verhaltnisses von Trauma und Identitat des traumatisierten Subjekts thematisch wichtig.
It is no longer merely quixotic, for instance, to ask why Karl-Emil Franzos' Der Pojaz is not a standard part of a course dealing with nineteenth-century German fiction, why Alexander Granach's Da geht ein Mensch was out of print and virtually unknown for decades after its publication, or why Edgar Hilsenrath's Nacht or Der Nazi und der Friseur are not required reading for any course on the literature of the Second World War and/or The Holocaust.
Der Friseur, das Haar und der Konig fanden zusammen, lange bevor ich den Diktator kannte und bevor ich zu schreiben anfing" (40).
Edgar Hilsenrath's satirical novel Der Nazi und der Friseur relates the story of Max Schulz, a Holocaust perpetrator who, after the war, steals the identity of one of his Jewish victims and transforms himself into a paradigmatic Holocaust survivor and model Israeli citizen.
For Gilman, ultimately, Becker's most valuable literary contribution lies with his three "Jewish" novels, Jakob der Lugner (1969), Der Boxer (1976) and Bronsteins Kinder (1986) that take their place next to comparable works such as Edgar Hilsenrath's Der Nazi und der Friseur (1971) and Leslie Epstein's King of the Jews (1977).