Hesse, Hermann: Autobiographical Writings


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”A renowned pacifist, a famed seeker after the truth and a brilliant writer of prose, Hermann Hesse won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1946. Most of his life was spent in exile, where he wrote the great works which, after his death, were to make him the hero of the younger generation. While Hesse’s novels and stories reveal much of himself, he never wrote an actual autobiography. These autobiographical writings, however, cover every aspect of his life: his childhood in Calw – ’the little city, old and hunchbacked’; his journey to the East Indies; and his life in Switzerland. In prose which rivals the best of his writings, Hesse gives the reader an insight to his mind – and a key to his highly allusive fiction.”


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