MULLER, ROBERT (1925–1998), German-born novelist. Muller came to Britain in 1938. The Nazi era plays a prominent role in The Shores of Night (1961) and The Lost Diaries of Albert Smith (1965), a study of the psychology of a fascist and a fantasy of fascism in modern Britain. Another of his novels, The World That Summer (1959), portrays the Germany of 1936, as seen by a Jewish adolescent. Muller also wrote prolifically for British television, particularly science fiction and dramas of the supernatural, and, after the 1960s, wrote works in German for German television.
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