Rosshalde

Rosshalde

Hermann Hesse, Ralph Manheim


Hermann Hesse's Rosshalde is the vintage tale of a guy torn among duties to his relations and his eager for a non secular success that could basically be chanced on open air the confines of traditional society.

Johann Veraguth, a filthy rich, winning artist, is estranged from his spouse and stifled by means of the sorrowful union. Veraguth's love for his younger son and his worry of drifting rootlessly maintain him sure in the partitions of his opulent property, Rosshalde. but, while he's shaken by means of an unforeseen tragedy, Veraguth eventually reveals the braveness to go away the desolate safeguard of Rosshalde and travels to India to find himself anew.

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