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[[Image:20050201-017p Bernhard Schlink Fondation Maeght Saint-Paul.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Bernhard Schlink şubat [[2005]] de Fondation Maeght müzesinde]]
 
'''Bernhard Schlink''' ([[6 Temmuz]] [[1944]], [[Bielefeld]]) [[Almanya|Alman]] akademisyen, yargıç ve yazar. Schlink; Bethel, Almanya'da Alman bir baba ve [[İsviçre]]li bir annenin dört çocuğundan en küçüğü olarak dünyaya geldi. Anne ve babası teoloji eğitimi almıştır, ancak babası Naziler yüzünden Teoloji profesörlüğü işini kaybedip, papazlığa başlamıştır.Bernhard Schlink 2 yaşından itibaren Heidelberg'de büyümüştür. Freie Universität Westen Berlin'de Hukuk eğitimi almış ve 1968'de buradan mezun olmuştur.<ref>[http://www.authortrek.com/bernhard_schlink_page.html]</ref>
 
Schlink 1988'de [[Nordhein-Westfalen]] eyaletinin anayasa yargıçlığına getirilmiş ve 1992 de Humboldt Üniversitesi'nde Kamu Hukuku ve Hukuk Felsefesi profesörü olmuştur. Ocak 2006'da emekli olmuştur.
Both his parents were theology students, although his father lost his job as a Professor of Theology due to the Nazis, and had to settle on being a pastor instead. Bernhard Schlink was brought up in Heidelberg from the age of 2. He studied law at West Berlin’s Free University, graduating in 1968. <ref>[http://www.authortrek.com/bernhard_schlink_page.html]</ref>
 
Schlink became a judge at the Constitutional Court of the federal state of [[North Rhine-Westphalia]] in 1988 and in 1992 a professor for public law and the philosophy of law at [[Humboldt University]], [[Berlin]], Germany. In January 2006 he retired.
==Career==
Schlink studied law at the [[University of Heidelberg]] and at the [[Free University of Berlin]]. He has been a law professor at the [[University of Bonn]] and [[Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main]] before he started in 1992 at [[Humboldt University of Berlin]]. His career as a writer began with several [[detective novel]]s with a main character named Selb&mdash;a play on the German word for "self"&mdash; (the first, ''Self's Punishment'', co-written with [[Walter Popp]] being available in the UK). One of these, ''Die gordische Schleife'', won the [[Glauser Prize]] in 1989. In 1995 he published ''[[The Reader]]'' (''Der Vorleser''), a novel about a teenager who has an affair with a woman in her thirties who suddenly vanishes but whom he meets again as a law student when visiting a trial about war crimes. The book became a bestseller both in Germany and the [[United States]] and was translated into 39 languages. It was the first German book to reach the number one position in the ''[[New York Times]]'' bestseller list. In 1997 it won the [[Hans Fallada Prize]], an Italian literary award, and the Prix [[Laure Bataillon]] for works translated into French. In 1999 it was awarded the "WELT - Literaturpreis" of the newspaper ''[[Die Welt]]''. In 2000, Schlink published a collection of short fiction called ''[[Flights of Love]]''. A January 2008 literary tour, including an appearance in San Francisco for City Arts & Lectures, was cancelled due to Schlink's recovery from minor surgery.{{Fact|date=March 2009}}
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