Alfred Döblin

Nov 18

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ISBN: 978-3-596-90469-3


512 Pages,
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FISCHER Taschenbuch
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ISBN 978-3-596-90469-3


In the second volume of November 1918, Döblin turns his critical gaze upon the key political protagonists of the immediate post-war period: the reactionary Armed Forces High Command, the Spartakusbund led by Karl Liebknecht, and above all the council of people’s representatives under the leadership of Friedrich Ebert. From Döblin’s perspective, the Social Democrat Ebert is the great traitor to the revolution, as he agrees to work with the old elites. Essentially, however, it is the Germans themselves who gamble all their hopes on a new beginning.

About Alfred Döblin

Alfred Döblin, born in Stettin in 1878, opened a medical practice in Berlin in 1911. Döblin’s first major novel was published by S. Fischer in 1915/16. His greatest success was the novel Berlin Alexanderplatz, also S. Fischer, published in 1929. In 1933 Döblin emigrated to France and from there to the USA. After 1945 he initially returned to Germany but then moved to Paris with his family in 1953. Alfred Döblin died on 26 June 1957.

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