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Steppenwolf – Herman Hesse



Posted September 4, 2016 by

Steppenwolf – Herman Hesse – 1927

Reviewed by: Pete C.        Date: 20 June 2003


I read this book a while ago, so my memory of it isn’t that great, but there are a few things I can still remember. I remember it being difficult to get through, to finish. Even though it’s not a long book, there was something about it that made the reading slow–I think the main idea was pretty abstract, maybe that was part of it. From what I can recall, Hesse wrote about being in the mind of an eccentric man, a loner. His thoughts are very strange, and, although part of what he said was noteworthy, the rest was just too difficult for me to grasp.

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