Hermann Hesse, Pilgrim of Crisis: A Biography - Chapter 2, pgs. 87-102 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, pgs. 87-102 Summary and Analysis

Hesse's new job in Basel was much like the one he had left in Tubigen. He had a room in Frau Deacon's house and double the income. Hesse also became involved with a literary circle of artists and professors. At this point in 1899, he became interested in art and began to visit art museums. By October he became friends with Hans Drach and Heinrich Jennen and the three of them rented a flat together. Many of the people he met at this time were to become the basis for characters in his later works. Hesse continued his writing during this period.

He did not travel home for the holidays or to see sick relatives. His friend Finckh came to visit several times. Hesse eventually took a room of his own and began to travel around the area...

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