Peter Handke Grifferi born in Austria in 1942, his production, covering all genres of writing, it is considered one of the most original in German post-war generation after Günther Grass and Martin Walser. Since the mid-sixties he began to gain notoriety, prestige and popularity, the fundamentally critical and controversial nature of his work. Among his plays stand provocative Kaspar (1968) and FI pupil wants to be tutor (1969), forthcoming in publishing Adriana Hidalgo. He wrote novels and stories as Hornets brief letter to a long goodbye, Fear archer criminal and Lefty women; the latter two made into films by Wim Wenders and Handke by itself, respectively. The dominant themes in his writings are the pitfalls of everyday language and coercive and alienating rationality of the routine. In the treatment of these issues is tense climate and thin to show his dark side: irrationality, confusion and madness.