Tag Archives: Hermann Hesse

without books there would be no history

“Without words, without writing and without books there would be no history, there could be no concept of humanity.”┬áHermann Hesse Hermann Hesse, the 1946 Nobel Prize laureate for Literature, worked as a bookseller in the J.J. Heckenhaurer Antiquariat in T├╝bingen, … Continue reading

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The Path to Paradise

Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina has created this fabulous series of posters that imagine the houses of celebrated authors. Archiwriter covers many of the world’s greatest male writers. each poster incorporates a famous line and allusion to an appropriate … Continue reading

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Watch Your Inner Steppe

I was intrigued when a regular reader of Travel Between the Pages sent me a link to this interesting stop-motion animation video. Based on the works of Hermann Hesse and Carl Gustav Jung, the film, as well as the score, … Continue reading

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