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Der Steppenwolf ; Roman

In postwar Germany, a fifty-year-old man regards himself as a dual personality, half man and half wolf.

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  • "Späte Prosa"
  • "[Werke, Ausz.]"
  • "Das Glasperlenspiel"
  • "Cuentos (1927 - 1953)"
  • "Morgenlandfahrt"
  • "H. Hesse"
  • "Erzählung"
  • "Gesammelte Werke"
  • "Traumgefährte"
  • "Narziß und Goldmund"
  • "Huang ye zhi lang"@en
  • "Sparknotes Steppenwolf"@en
  • "Steppenwolf"@pl
  • "Steppenwolf"@en
  • "Steppenwolf"
  • "Kurgast"
  • "荒野之狼"
  • "Nürnberger Reise"

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  • "CLASSIC FICTION. This Faust-like and magical story of the humanization of a middle-aged misanthrope was described in The New York Times as a 'savage indictment of bourgeois society'. But, as the author notes in this edition, Steppenwolf is a book that has been consistently misinterpreted. This self-portrait of a man who felt himself to be half-human and half-wolf can also be seen as a plea for rigorous self-examination and an indictment of intellectual hypocrisy."
  • "In postwar Germany, a fifty-year-old man regards himself as a dual personality, half man and half wolf."@en
  • "In postwar Germany, a fifty-year-old man regards himself as a dual personality, half man and half wolf."
  • "THIS PICTURES A DISEASE AND CRISIS, BUT ONE NOT LEADING TO DEATH AND DESTRUCTION, ON THE CONTRARY: TO HEALING."
  • ""With its blend of Eastern mysticism and Western culture, Hesse's best-known and most autobiographical work is one of literature's most poetic evocations of the soul's journey to liberation. Harry Haller is a sad and lonely figure, a reclusive intellectual for whom life holds no joy. He struggles to reconcile the wild primeval wolf and the rational man within himself without surrendering to the bourgeois values he despises. His life changes dramatically when he meets a woman who is his opposite, the carefree and elusive Hermine. The tale of the Steppenwolf culminates in the surreal Magic Theater--For Madmen Only! Originally published in English in 1929, Steppenwolf's wisdom continues to speak to our souls and marks it as a classic of modern literature."--Publisher's website."
  • ""This Faust-like and magical story of the humanization of a middle-aged misanthrope was described in The New York Times as a 'savage indictment of bourgeois society'. But, as the author notes in this edition, Steppenwolf is a book that has been consistently misinterpreted. This self-portrait of a man who felt himself to be half-human and half-wolf can also be seen as a plea for rigorous self-examination and an indictment of intellectual hypocrisy."--Book cover."
  • "A lonely and sensitive man's critique of bourgeois society is put to the test when he meets Hermine, who shows him the pleasures of the mind and body."
  • "Een filosofisch ingestelde man tracht het dualisme in zijn wezen te accepteren."
  • "In Harry Haller, who considers himself half man, half wolf, as in civilized man of all ages, there is the conflict between nature and spirit. Newly revised translation of the novel."@en
  • "'Steppenwolf' is in part an autobiographical novel exploring the mid-life crisis of Hermann Hesse. Readers should be aware that German nationalists up to this point had criticised Hesse for his pacifist writings and activities during WWI. He like so many of his generation had helplessly watched the socio-economic turmoil and transition of Germany during the Weimar Republic, although he had long ago immigrated to Switzerland. He witnessed the deterioration of his first wife's mental health, which subsequently lead to their divorce. And he was afflicted with gout and other physical ailments, some of which are mentioned in the novel. With these tragic events weighing heavily on Hesse, he suffered a nervous break down, whereupon he underwent Jungian psychoanalysis and was inspired by it to put his accounts to paper."
  • "Harry Haller, a joyless, reclusive intellectual, finally learns to reconcile the warring parts of his personality after meeting Hermine, a woman who knows how to enjoy life."@en
  • "Thomas Wayne presents a contemporary take on Hesse's classic story, so apt today, of the lone individual lost in the ironic good fortune and security of bourgeois banality and cultural conformity. Harry Haller has all the insight, all the leisure, all the material goods he needs, yet he is not at peace with his life. A potent combination of Eastern and Western insights into the human search for meaning is given new life in a fresh translation."@en
  • "Thomas Wayne presents a contemporary take on Hesse's classic story, so apt today, of the lone individual lost in the ironic good fortune and security of bourgeois banality and cultural conformity. Harry Haller has all the insight, all the leisure, all the material goods he needs, yet he is not at peace with his life. A potent combination of Eastern and Western insights into the human search for meaning is given new life in a fresh translation."
  • ""With its blend of Eastern mysticism and Western culture, Hesse's best-known and most autobiographical work is one of literature's most poetic evocations of the soul's journey to liberation."--Publisher's website."@en
  • "Harry Haller is a sad and lonely figure, a reclusive intellectual for whom life holds no joy. He struggles to reconcile the wild primeval wolf and the rational man within himself without surrendering to the bourgeois values he despises. His life changes dramatically when he meets a woman who is his opposite, the carefree and elusive Hermine. The tale of the Steppenwolf culminates in the surreal Magic Theater'for mad men only. Steppenwolf is Hesse's best-known and most autobiographical work. With its blend of Eastern mysticism and Western culture, it is one of literature's most poetic evocations of the soul's journey to liberation. Originally published in English in 1929, the novel's wisdom continues to speak to our souls and marks it as a classic of modern literature."@en
  • "An autobiographical novel featuring Harry Haller in "an experimental mix of symbolism, realism, and fantasy."--Cover."@en
  • ""In postwar Germany, a fifty-year-old man regards himself as a dual personality, half man and half wolf." "The hero, Harry Haller...is torn between his own frustrated artistic idealism and the inhuman nature of modern reality, which, in his eyes, is characterized entirely by philistinism and technology. It is his inability to be a part of the world and the rsulting loneliness and desolation of his existence that cause him to think of himself as a 'Steppenwolf' (wolf of the Steppes). The novel, which is rich in surrealistic imagery throughout, ends in what is called the magic theater, a kind of allegorical sideshow. Here, Haller learns that in order to relate successfully to humanity and reality without sacrificing his ideals, he must overcome his own social and sexual inhibitions." Autobiographical fiction."
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  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."@en

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  • "Kommentar"
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Novela alemana"@es
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"@es
  • "Psychological fiction"
  • "Psychological fiction"@en
  • "Ausgabe"
  • "Mandeskildringer"@da
  • "Powieść niemiecka"
  • "Powieść niemiecka"@pl
  • "Study guides"@en
  • "Erzählende Literatur"
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
  • "CD-ROM"
  • "Tekstuitgave"
  • "Psychological fiction, German"
  • "Vertalingen (vorm)"
  • "Erzählende Literatur: Gegenwartsliteratur ab 1945"
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  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
  • "Romans (teksten)"
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  • "Translations"
  • "Verzamelde werken (vorm)"
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  • "Ausgewählte Werke Ausgewählte Gedichte : was mich je bewegte u. erfreute"
  • "Der Steppenwolf ; Roman"@en
  • "El lobo estepario : Hermann Hesse; Traducción de ngel Sabrido"
  • "Der Steppenwolf ; Narziss und Goldmund ; Die Morgenlandfahrt"
  • "Wilk stepowy : powieść"@pl
  • "Wilk stepowy : powieść"
  • "Gurg-i biyābān"
  • "El lobo estepario novela"
  • "Der Steppenwolf. Roman"@en
  • "Steppihunt"
  • "[Die Romane] : Der Steppenwolf ; Narziss und Goldmund ; Die Morgenlandfahrt"
  • "El lobo estepario : sólo para locos"@es
  • "El lobo estepario : sólo para locos"
  • "Steppeulven : Omsl.: Austin Grandjean"@da
  • "STEPPENWOLF : Translated from the German"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : (36. bis 40. Aufl.)"
  • "Stäppvargen"
  • "Stäppvargen"@sv
  • "Steppenwolf: Erzählung"
  • "Der Steppenwolf"
  • "Der Steppenwolf"@en
  • "Der Steppenwolf"@it
  • "Wilk stepowy"
  • "Wilk stepowy"@pl
  • "Der Steppenwolf. Erzählung"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : [Roman]"
  • "El lobo estepario [Sólo para locos]"
  • "Wilk Stepowy"
  • "Wilk stepowy Powieść"
  • "El lobo estepario : solo para locos"
  • "Ausgewählte Werke Der Steppenwolf"
  • "El lobo estepario ( Solo para locos )"@es
  • "El lobo estepario (Sólo para locos)"@es
  • "Steppenwolf [English]"
  • "Der Steppenwolf; Roman"
  • "Steppeulven : (Omsl.: Austin Grandjean)"@da
  • "Steppenwolf : [a novel]"@en
  • "Ausgewählte Werke Narziss und Goldmund"
  • "Steppenwolf"@en
  • "Steppenwolf"
  • "El lobo estepario / Hermann Hesse"@es
  • "El lobo estepario; solo para locos"
  • "Steppenwolf a novel"@en
  • "Der Steppenwolf [Roman]"
  • "Ausgewählte Werke [3 Bde]"
  • "Ausgewählte Werke"
  • "Gorge biaban"
  • "Lobo Estepario"@es
  • "Ausgewählte Werke : Eingeleitet von Hermann Hesse"
  • "A pusztai farkas"
  • "A pusztai farkas"@hu
  • "Der Steppenwolf Erz"
  • "Stepnoj volk : roman, rasskazy, ėsse"
  • "Steppeulven : (Overs. fra tysk efter "Der Steppenwolf" )"@da
  • "Siddhartha and Steppenwolf"@en
  • "Siddhartha and Steppenwolf"
  • "Steppen wolf"
  • "El lobo estepario : (sólo pra locos)"
  • "Ausgewählte Werke Siddhartha"
  • "Steppenwolf. Translated by Basil Creighton. Revised by Walter Sorrell"@en
  • "El lobo estepario : (sólo para locos)"@es
  • "El lobo estepario : (sólo para locos)"
  • "Steppeulven : (Overs. fra tysk efter "Der Steppenwolf")"@da
  • "De steppenwolf"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Erzahlung"
  • "El lobo estepario : (solo para locos)"
  • "El lobo estepario : (solo para locos)"@es
  • "Ausgewahlte werke"
  • "Stäppvargen : Roman"
  • "El lobo estepario (solo para locos)"@es
  • "El lobo estepario (solo para locos)"
  • "Wilk stepowy : powiesc"
  • "Arosusi"
  • "Arosusi"@fi
  • "El lobo estepario (Solo para locos)"@es
  • "El lobo estepario (Solo para locos)"
  • "E[l] lobo estepario : (Solo para locos)"
  • "Ausgewahlte Werke"
  • "Stepnoj volk [roman ; rasskazy, ėsse]"
  • "Steppeulven"@da
  • "Steppeulven"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Erzählung Hermann Hesse"
  • "Steppeulven / (Overs. fra tysk efter "Der Steppenwolf")"@da
  • "Stäppvargen : [Roman]"
  • "Stepnoj volk : roman, povesti"
  • "El Lobo estepario : (solo para locos)"@es
  • "Ausgewählte Werke : [in 6 Bänden] : Autobiographische Schriften"
  • "Steppenwolf : Hermann Hesse$n"
  • "Steppnoj volk"
  • "Der steppenwolf"
  • "Ausgewählte Werke Meistererzählungen"
  • "Stepihunt : [Roman]"
  • "Ausgewählte Werke [in sechs Bänden]"
  • "Steppenwolf / Hermann Hesse; translated from the German by Basil Creighton; introduction by Joseph Mileck"@en
  • "El lobo estepario ; Relatos autobiográficos"
  • "Gurg-i bīyābān"
  • "[Ausgewählte Werke]"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Roman"
  • "Wilk stepowa"
  • "Stepnijat valk"
  • "Der Steppenwolf Roman"
  • "Wilk stepowy, powieść"
  • "Steppenwolf transl.from the german by basil creighton"
  • "Der Steppenwolf = Stepnoj wolk"
  • "Steppenwolf = Theb El Bawadi (arab.)"
  • "Der Steppenwolf, von Hermann Hesse"
  • "Stepihunt"
  • "Steppeulven [Overs. fra tysk]"
  • "De Steppenwolf"
  • "Steppenwolf, Hermann Hesse"@en
  • "Steppenwolf : (Novel)"@en
  • "Steppeulven [roman]"
  • "Stepihunt : romaan"
  • "Sateppenwup"
  • "Stepni volk : [Roman]"
  • "El Lobo estepario"
  • "El Lobo estepario"@es
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Erzählungen"
  • "Der Steppenwolf Erzählung"
  • "Lobo estepario"@es
  • "Steppenwolf. [by] Hermann Hesse. Translated from the German by Basil Creighton"@en
  • "Siddhartha ; and, Steppenwolf"@en
  • "Der Steppen Wolf; erzählung"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : roman"
  • "Siddharta and Steppenwolf"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Narziss und Goldmund ; Die Morgenlandfahrt"
  • "Stepnoj volk roman"
  • "El Lobo estepario : sólo para locos"
  • "Der Steppen Wolf erzählung"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : [Erzählung]"
  • "Wilk stepowy : Powieść"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : [Text und Kommentar]"
  • "El lobo estepario"@es
  • "El lobo estepario"
  • "El lobo estepario. Hermann Hesse. [Trad.: Manuel Manzanares ...]"
  • "Ausgewählte Werke [16 Bde]"
  • "Gorg-e biābān"
  • "Stepnoj volk"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Ein Roman"
  • "Stäppvargen [Roman]"
  • "El lobo estepario sólo para locos"
  • "El lobo estepario (sólo para locos)"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Erzählung"@es
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Erzählung"
  • "El Lobo estepario : solo para locos"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Erzaḧlung"
  • "Stepnjja vălk"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : erzählung"
  • "Steppeulven, på dansk ved Karen Hildebrandt : (Overs, fra tysk efter " Der Steppenwolf")"@da
  • "Stepnijat vălk"
  • "Stepni volk"@sl
  • "Stepni volk"
  • "Der Steppenwolf : Mit einem Kommentar von Heribert Kuhn"

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