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A Coming of Age Classic Worth Revisting: A Review of Hermann Hesse's Beneath the Wheel

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As young Hans Giebenrath becomes consumed beneath the wheel, only to be spat out, charred and ruined, he faces a future of uncertainty leading to a chilling, eerily ambiguous conclusion.

"...better to harm your body ten times over than to harm your soul...." (op.cit., 61)

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Hi- I read everything by Hesse I could get my hand... by Laudyms on Friday, Jun 29, 2007 at 3:57:24 PM
I have also read Rosshalde which I highly recommen... by Constance Lavender on Friday, Jun 29, 2007 at 5:47:51 PM