Christopher Middleton (b. 1926) is a poet, essayist, and translator. He teaches Germanic languages and literature at the University of Texas at Austin and has translated numerous works, including Jakob von Gunten by Robert Walser.

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Neighing in the Wind

Hermann Hesse: Biography and Bibliography

by Joseph Mileck

Hermann Hesse: Pilgrim of Crisis, A Biography

by Ralph Freedman
Hermann Hesse became quite well known in Germany as early as 1904, when his short novel Peter Camenzind was published. Since 1945 his renown has spread across the world, yet in spite of his 1946 Nobel Prize his work is somehow not admitted into the canon of “great” twentieth-century German …