Germany in the first half of 1919. The so-called November Revolution had swept away the Kaiser and the reigning noble houses. Government was weak. Communist and conservative coups were in open preparation. Violence was everywhere. In this volatile climate, Hermann Hesse’s ‘Demian’ found its first readers.Read More
Authors: Eamon Kiernan (EK) Joshua McKenzie (JMcK) Peter Ceteli (PC). Copyright is asserted by the authors for their work.