Imagine being able to hear rocks speak, hearts beat and snowflakes fall! "Brother of Sleep" by Robert Schneider is the story of a boy with a superhuman sense of hearing.
A musical, self-pitying genius lives among village residents who are mentally rather slow. Robert Schneider's novel delves into German Romanticism.
Revealing the suffering of the "bourgeois outsider," the Swiss poet and novelist is considered one of the 19th century's great European literati whose works are highly relevant today.
Richard Francis Burton was a British officer, explorer and scholar of Eastern societies. The Bulgarian-born German writer Troyanov transformed Burton's life into a fantastic novel.
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