German Fiction

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Siddhartha

Siddhartha

by Hermann Hesse

Hesse's famous and influential novel, Siddartha, is perhaps the most important and compelling moral allegory our troubled century has produced. Integrating Eastern and Western spiritual traditions with psychoanalysis and philosophy, this strangely simple tale, written with a deep and moving empathy for humanity, has touched the lives of millions since its original publication in 1922. Set in India, Siddhartha is the story of a young Brahmin's search for ultimate reality after meeting with the Buddha.... Read more
Buddenbrooks

Buddenbrooks

by Thomas Mann

Buddenbrooks was Thomas Mann's first novel, published in 1901 when he was twenty-six years old. The publication of the 2nd edition in 1903 confirmed that Buddenbrooks was a major literary success in Germany. It portrays the downfall (already announced in the subtitle, Decline of a family) of a wealthy mercantile family of Lübeck over four generations. The book is generally understood as a portrait of the German bourgeois society throughout several decades of the 19th century.
Peter Camenzind

Peter Camenzind

by Hermann Hesse

Peter Camenzind, published in 1904, was the first novel by Hermann Hesse and contains a number of themes that were to preoccupy many of Hesse's later works, most notably the individual's search for a unique spiritual and physical identity amidst the backdrops of nature and modern civilization and the role of art in the formation of personal identity. The style of Peter Camenzind is easy to follow, even as it is a Bildungsroman in an atypical sense.
Effi Briest

Effi Briest

by Theodor Fontane

Effi Briest is widely considered to be Theodor Fontane’s masterpiece and one of the most famous German realist novels of all time. Thomas Mann once said that if one had to reduce one’s library to six novels, Effi Briest would have to be one of them. Published in 1894, the novel forms a trilogy on marriage in the nineteenth century from the female point of view along with the more famous Anna Karenina and Madame Bovary. All three are adultery tragedies.
Man In the Holocene

Man In the Holocene

by Max Frisch

Frisch charts the crumbling landscape of an old man’s consciousness as he slips away from himself toward death and reintegration with the age-old history of our planet. A “luminous parable...a masterpiece” (New York Times Book Review). Translated by Geoffrey Skelton. Illustrations. A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book
Zeit Zu Leben Und Zeit Zu Sterben

Zeit Zu Leben Und Zeit Zu Sterben

by Erich Maria Remarque

The Holy Sinner

The Holy Sinner

by Thomas Mann

The Song Of Bernadette

The Song Of Bernadette

by Franz Werfel

Der Spanische Rosenstock

Der Spanische Rosenstock

by Werner Bergengruen

Ungeduld Des Herzens

Ungeduld Des Herzens

by Stefan Zweig

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Das Tulpenfieber

by Otto Rombach

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Siddhartha

by Francis Hobart Herrick

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Ferienfahrt Mit Anemone

by Gerhard Neumann-Landgraf

German Fiction Books & Ephemera

Niemand Ist Eine Insel

Niemand Ist Eine Insel

by Simmel, Johannes Mario

Ich Gestehe Alles

Ich Gestehe Alles

by Simmel, Johannes Mario

Hurra  Wir Leben Noch!

Hurra Wir Leben Noch!

by Simmel, Johannes Mario

Das Vorbild

Das Vorbild

by Lenz, Siegfried

Mitte Des Lebens

Mitte Des Lebens

by Rinser, Luise