Hermann Hesse: Writers for the Seventies

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During the late sixties, the America that Herman Hesse thought would never be receptive to his works came alive with the counterculture and Americans began to become aware of Hesse first through Siddhartha and Narcissus and Goldmund. In Herman Hesse, a volume first published in the series Writers for the Seventies, Ed Casebeer makes the claim that American readers need Hesse who believed that the universe makes sense and that the best way to realize that affirmation is to realize yourself. By his novels and by his life, ...

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