By Gustav Meyrink
Gustav Meyrink is likely one of the most vital and fascinating authors of early 20th-century German Literature. to set up his attractiveness within the English-speaking global Dedalus has translated his 5 novels plus a set of his brief tales and released the 1st ever English-language biography of Meyrink. now could be the time to provide an outline of Meyrink in one quantity. The Dedalus Meyrink Reader has excerpts from all of the translated books and an entire component of hitherto untranslated fabric, together with the tales from the gathering Fledermäuse and autobiographical articles. This quantity is ideal significant other for either the Meyrink student and the first-time Meyrink reader, containing because it does the complete gamut of Meyrink's writing from his love of the unusual, the ugly and the macabre to the spine-chilling occult stories and his quest to grasp what's at the different aspect of the Mirror.
Novelist, satirist, translator of Charles Dickens, dandy, man-about-time, fencer, rower, banker and mystic seer, there are various, occasionally contradictory facets to Gustav Meyrink, who also needs to be the one novelist to have challenged a complete military regiment to a duel. He has left at the back of a distinct physique of labor, that are sampled and loved within the Dedalus Meyrink Reader.
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