Hermann Hesse, Pilgrim of Crisis: A Biography Setting & Symbolism

Ralph Freedman
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Calw

Calw in Swabia on the German-Swiss border near the Black Forest mountains in the birthplace of Hermann Hesse.

Basel

Basel is the city in Switzerland where the Piet mission is located and where Hermann was sent to school at the age of six.

Maulbronn

Maulbronn is the German town where the Protestant Theological Seminary is located.

Bad Boll

Bad Boll is a spa to which Hermann was taken.

Stetten

Stetten was the site of a castle that is an institution for retarded and epileptic children.

Tubingen

Tubingen is a town located near Stuttgart in Germany.

Gaienhofen

Gaienhofen is a small hamlet in the Lake Constance area of Switzerland where Hermann and Maria lived after their marriage.

Badenweiler

Badenweiler is a spa town in German where the Villa Hedwig is located. Hesse often went there for treatment.

India

India is an Asian country where Hesse's family served as...

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