Green Henry

Green Henry

Book - 1985
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The story of young Henry, who struggles to fulfill his ambitions to become a successful painter and is torn between the gentle Anna and the proud and sensual Judith, is one of the most outstanding and personal Bildngsromane written in the German language. Written between 1846 and 1855, Keller's poetic, semi-autobiographical novel draws on the author's own youth, artistic studies and development as a man, as well as providing a comprehensive portrait of his country and his times 'Green Henry' is one of the most important novels in European literature, and undoubtedly the greatest masterpiece of fiction by a Swiss writer.
Publisher: London : J. Calder ; New York : Riverrun Press, 1985
Copyright Date: ©1960
ISBN: 9780714502656
0714502650
Branch Call Number: FIC KELLER
Characteristics: 706 pages ; 22 cm

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