Hesse Hermann

Hes·se

 (hĕs′ə), Hermann 1877-1962.
German-born Swiss writer many of whose works, including Siddhartha (1922) and Steppenwolf (1927), concern the individual's struggle to find wholeness and meaning in life. He won the 1946 Nobel Prize for literature.
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