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Synonyms for picnic

Synonyms for picnic

a day devoted to an outdoor social gathering

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any informal meal eaten outside or on an excursion

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eat alfresco, in the open air

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Picknick, " "Brauwolke" and "As a Wife Has a Cough" demonstrates the extent to which Beyer's thoughts on Benn and jazz affect his own writing of poetry.
What connects these and other unnamed persons, such as the aforementioned poetic "I" in "Ein Photorealismus, Picknick," is their gaze--this links them to the outside world, but also signals distance and the absence of direct, meaningful interactions with others.
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A story in Hoppe's 2006 collection, Picknick der Friseure, for instance, featured a family that rents a balcony on an hourly basis.
She has worked as a dramaturg and as a journalist, and has published two books: a collection of short prose, Picknick der Friseure (The hairdressers' picnic, 1996), for which she was awarded the Aspekte Prize, and a novel, Pigafetta (1999).