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Jakob Von Gunten

Author : Robert Walser
ISBN : 0940322218
Genre : Fiction
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The Swiss writer Robert Walser is one of the quiet geniuses of twentieth-century literature. Largely self-taught and altogether indifferent to worldly success, Walser wrote a range of short stories, essays, as well as four novels, of which Jakob von Gunten is widely recognized as the finest. The book is a young man's inquisitive and irreverent account of life in what turns out to be the most uncanny of schools. It is the work of an outsider artist, a writer of uncompromising originality and disconcerting humor, whose beautiful sentences have the simplicity and strangeness of a painting by Henri Rousseau.
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Volksm Rchen Der Deutschen

Author : Musäus
ISBN : 9783846008690
Genre : Fiction
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Nachdruck des Originals von 1870.
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Literarische Zeitung

Author : Johann Karl Friedrich Büchner
ISBN : HARVARD:HX11GT
Genre : Bibliography
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Morgen Post

Author : Leopold Landsteiner
ISBN : ONB:+Z227853502
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Das Volle Leben

Author : Susanna Schwager
ISBN : 3952321346
Genre : Older women
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In diesem Buch lassen zwölf Frauen ein ebenso schwieriges wie verrücktes Jahrhundert Revue passieren. Direkt und ungekünstelt erzählen sie von den Rollbahnen und Sackgassen des Lebens, von gefundenen und verlorenen Lieben, von Träumen und Tränen, schwerer Arbeit und blauen Nächten. Sie sprechen von den großen und kleinen Geheimnissen der Frauen, ihren Sehnsüchten und Kämpfen, ihren Erfolgen und Niederlagen auf der Bühne der "Comédie humaine". Susanna Schwager hat die Frauen in ihren guten Stuben, in einfachen Kammern, in Salons, Ateliers und abgelegenen Land-Heimetlis besucht und aus ihren Schilderungen ein schillerndes Kaleidoskop weiblicher Lebensentwürfe gewoben. Entstanden ist kein Lob des Alters, sondern ein Hohelied auf das Leben. Es erzählen die Sängerin Lys Assia, die Schauspielerinnen Anne-Marie Blanc und Stephanie Glaser, die Künstlerin Hanny Fries, die Zigeunerin Urselina Gemperle, die Volksmusikerin Trudi Kilian, die Politikerin Emilie Lieberherr, die Bergbäuerin Maria Loretz, die Kindererzieherin Monica Suter, die Kleinunternehmerin Fränzi Utinger, die Entwicklungshelferin Lilly Vogel und die Hebamme Marie Zürcher.
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The Tanners

Author : Robert Walser
ISBN : 9780811221320
Genre : Fiction
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"The Tanners is a contender for Funniest Book of the Year."—The Village Voice The Tanners, Robert Walser’s amazing 1907 novel of twenty chapters, is now presented in English for the very first time, by the award-winning translator Susan Bernofsky. Three brothers and a sister comprise the Tanner family—Simon, Kaspar, Klaus, and Hedwig: their wanderings, meetings, separations, quarrels, romances, employment and lack of employment over the course of a year or two are the threads from which Walser weaves his airy, strange and brightly gorgeous fabric. “Walser’s lightness is lighter than light,” as Tom Whalen said in Bookforum: “buoyant up to and beyond belief, terrifyingly light.” Robert Walser—admired greatly by Kafka, Musil, and Walter Benjamin—is a radiantly original author. He has been acclaimed “unforgettable, heart-rending” (J.M. Coetzee), “a bewitched genius” (Newsweek), and “a major, truly wonderful, heart-breaking writer” (Susan Sontag). Considering Walser’s “perfect and serene oddity,” Michael Hofmann in The London Review of Books remarked on the “Buster Keaton-like indomitably sad cheerfulness [that is] most hilariously disturbing.” The Los Angeles Times called him “the dreamy confectionary snowflake of German language fiction. He also might be the single most underrated writer of the 20th century....The gait of his language is quieter than a kitten’s.” “A clairvoyant of the small” W. G. Sebald calls Robert Walser, one of his favorite writers in the world, in his acutely beautiful, personal, and long introduction, studded with his signature use of photographs.
Category: Fiction

A Hunger Artist

Author : Franz Kafka
ISBN : 9781304064028
Genre : Fiction
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A Hunger Artist is a short story by Franz Kafka first published in Die neue Rundschau in 1922. The story was also included in the collection A Hunger Artist, the last book Kafka prepared for publication, printed by Verlag Die Schmiede after Kafka's death. The protagonist, a hunger artist who experiences the decline in appreciation of his craft, is an archetypical creation of Kafka: an individual marginalized and victimized by society at large. The title of the story has been translated also to "A Fasting Artist" and "A Starvation Artist". A Hunger Artist explores the familiar Kafka themes of death, art, isolation, asceticism, spiritual poverty, futility, personal failure and the corruption of human relationships.
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