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AUTHOR'S SELECTED OTHER WORKS
Peter Camenzind (1904) A youthful novel of a young man's rejection of the world for the life of a nature hermit.
Beneath the Wheel (German Unterm Rad, 1906) Fictionalized version of Hesse's schoolboy life, a harsh picture of the educational system.
Gertrud (1910) The first of Hesse's "artist novels," in which two friends, a composer and a singer, love the same woman, also a musician.
Rosshalde (1914) A second "artist novel," this one of a painter struggling with an unhappy marriage.
Knulp (1915) Three tales of a charming homeless rogue.
Demian: The Story of a Youth (1919) Hesse's first novel after his psychoanalysis, signed by the pen name Emil Sinclair. Story of growing up in a southern German town like Hesse's boyhood home.
Narcissus and Goldmund (German Narziss und Goldmund, 1930) An "artist novel," the story of a sculptor in a medieval monastery.
The Journey to the East (German Die Morgenlandfahrt, 1932) A short novel of a fantastic journey through time as well as space, with historical (Plato, Tolstoy) and fictional (Don Quixote, Tristram Shandy) companions, among them Hesse's own Siddhartha, Vasudeva, and Pablo disguised as Mozart.
The Glass Bead Game, also translated as Magister Ludi (German Das Glasperlenspiel, 1943) Hesse's last novel takes place in a utopian enclave of artists and intellectuals, in a mythical land of the future called Castalia.
Autobiographical Writings Edited and with an introduction by Theodore Ziolkowski. Translated by Denver Lindley. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1972.
My Belief: Essays on Life and Art Edited and with an introduction by Theodore Ziolkowski. Translated by Denver Lindley and Ralph Manheim. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1974.
Poems Selected and translated by James Wright. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1970.
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