Demetz, Peter. Postwar German Literature: A Critical Introduction. New York: Pegasus, 1970. This basic text remains a useful examination of German postwar authors in the context of their times.
Enzensberger, Hans Magnus. Hans Magnus Enzensberger in Conversation with Michael Hulse and John Kinsella. London: Between the Lines, 2002. A lengthy interview with Enzensberger, a career sketch, a comprehensive bibliography, and excerpts from critics and interviewers.
Falkenstein, Henning. Hans Magnus Enzensberger. Berlin: Colloquium-Verlag, 1977. A brief biography, in German.
Fischer, Gerhard, ed. Debating Enzensberger: “Great Migration” and “Civil War.” Tübingen: Stauffenberg, 1996. Papers delivered at the 1995 Sydney German Studies Symposium. Includes bibliographical references.
Kilian, Monika. Modern and Postmodern Strategies: Gaming and the Question of Morality—Adorno, Rorty, Oyotard, and Enzensberger. New York: Peter Lang, 1998. Examines the debate between modern and postmodern thought, including the postmodern notion that “universalizing strategies of modern thought are cognitively and morally wrong,” with reference to these German writers. Bibliography, index.
Natan, Alex, and B. Keithsmith, eds. Essays on Lehmann, Kasack, Nossack, Eich, Gaiser, Böll, Celan, Bachmann, Enzensberger, East German Literature. Vol. 4 in German Men of Letters Literary Essays. New York: Berg, 1987. A collection of twelve essays, including analysis of Enzensberger in English.
Rim, Byung-Hee. Hans Magnus Enzensberger: Ein Paradigma der deutschen Lyrik seit Mitte der 1950er Jahre. New York: Peter Lang, 2000. An examination of Enzensberger’s poetics. In German.
Schickel, Joachim, ed. Über Hans Magnus Enzensberger. Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Suhrkamp, 1970. A hefty biography (more than three hundred pages), including a bibliography of works by and about Enzensberger. In German.