Waystations of the Deep Night

Waystations of the Deep Night

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First published in France in the dark year of 1942, this story collection remains the best-known of Marcel Brion’s numerous novels and stories in the vein of the strange and the fantastic. A self-declared heir of Achim von Arnim and E.T.A. Hoffmann, Brion was also an admirer of the German Romantic writer Novalis, but his own imaginative homages to the night are more troublingly ambiguous, possibly an indirect reflection of the dark times in which they were written.
ISBN 9781939663504. Wakefield Press.
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First published in France in the dark year of 1942, this story collection remains the best-known of Marcel Brion’s numerous novels and stories in the vein of the strange and the fantastic. A self-declared heir of Achim von Arnim and E.T.A. Hoffmann, Brion was also an admirer of the German Romantic writer Novalis, but his own imaginative homages to the night are more troublingly ambiguous, possibly an indirect reflection of the dark times in which they were written.
  • Author
    Brion, Marcel
  • Publisher
    Wakefield Press
  • Release
    July 2020
  • Binding
    pb
  • Format
    256 pages. 20.3 x 14 cm
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    in stock and more due 28/8/20
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