Frank Zwillinger was an Austrian writer. Zwillinger studied German and completed her studies with a doctorate. In the summer semester of 1928 he became a member of the Vienna Marchia in the Burschenbunds-Convent (couleur name "Faust"), where he fought at least one scale. He emigrated to East Asia after studying in 1938 and lived in Saigon . Then he entered the Légion étrangère , from which he was released in 1945 after being seriously wounded. He now settled in France and worked for a cosmetics manufacturer , where he rose to the top level. In March 1959, Zwillinger met with Paul Celantogether, which was followed by a not very extensive correspondence between the two. Poetry, in particular, received recognition from its work in its variety of images and metaphors. He also wrote some dramas.