Hermann Hesse, Pilgrim of Crisis: A Biography Topics for Discussion

Ralph Freedman
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Why did Hermann Hesse have so many problems in school? What was the cause?

When did Hess begin writing? How did he begin his career after all of the problems he had?

In what way did Hesse's writing reflect his life?

Freedman talks about Hesse's first, second and third new lives. What does he mean bhy this? What is significant about each and why?

What was Hesse's view toward war? What position did he take in World War I and World War II? How was he affected in World War II?

What does Hesse try to accomplish in his writing? Why?

Why was Hesse popular with the youth? What was it in his writing with which they identified?

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