Jakob Wassermann  

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Jakob Wassermann (March 10, 1873 - January 1, 1934) was a Jewish-German writer and novelist.

Works

  • Melusine (Novel, 1896)
  • The Dark Pilgrimage (Die Juden von Zirndorf) (Novel, 1897)
  • Die Geschichte der jungen Renate Fuchs (Novel, 1900)
  • Der Moloch (Novel, 1902)
  • Der niegeküsste Mund (Stories, 1903)
  • Kunst der Erzählung (Essay, 1904)
  • Alexander von Babylon (Novel, 1905)
  • Caspar Hauser oder Die Trägheit des Herzens (Novel, 1908)
  • Der Mann von vierzig Jahren (Novel, 1913)
  • Das Gänsemännchen (Novel, 1915)
  • Christian Wahnschaffe (Novel, 1919)
  • Die Prinzessin Girnara, Weltspiel und Legende (Play, 1919)
  • Mein Weg als Deutscher und Jude (Autobiography, 1921)
  • Laudin und die Seinen (Novel, 1925)
  • Das Gold von Caxamalca (Stories, 1928)
  • Novel Trilogy:
    • The Maurizius Case (Der Fall Maurizius) (1928)
    • Etzel Andergast (1931)
    • Joseph Kerkhovens dritte Existenz (1934)





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