Hermann Hesse


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Swiss writer (born in Germany) whose novels and poems express his interests in eastern spiritual values (1877-1962)

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Written in the last year of Strauss' life and conceived as a very intentional valediction, these settings of poems by Hermann Hesse and Josef von Eichendorff are filled with sumptuous, Straussian touches.
His favourite authors include Philip Roth, John Updike and Hermann Hesse.
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Pense en Demian, de Hermann Hesse, y lo que significa para Emil Sinclair conocer a la madre de Demian.
An introduction surveys magnificent architectural creations in 19th century European literature, and a conclusion surveys other important architectural creations in 20th century European and American literature in works by authors such as Hermann Hesse, F.
Among Walser's early admirers were Robert Musil, Hermann Hesse, Stefan Zweig, and Franz Kafka; indeed, many years later, Martin Walser (who is unrelated to the late Swiss writer) called him "Kafka's closest twin brother.
The first to be selected on this basis were Hermann Hesse, Andre Gide, T.
The sports car manufacturer took the "60 years of Baden-WE-rttemberg" anniversary as an opportunity to support the setting up of a literature museum in honour of Hermann Hesse with a total of 100,000 euro.
De joven los cuentos de Tom Sawyer y los clasicos que siguen habiendo, de adolescente Hermann Hesse sobre el nacimiento de la personalidad, Norman Cohen.
Throughout the first half of the twentieth century, Hermann Hesse proved a force of German literature.
In his 1943 novel, published in English as Magister Ludi (1949), Hermann Hesse anticipated the sort of world the humanities want - and its failure.
Tub-thumping Roy continued: "I'm interested in German writers like Hermann Hesse, Stefan Zweig (above).
Figure 9: titles of print fiction books read in Halle times named minutes read Hermann Hesse, Narziss und Goldmund 16 1080 Umberto Eco, Baudolino 12 1015 W.
The opera was to be based on a novella by Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff, a source that Hermann Hesse had recommended to Schoeck some three decades earlier.