Welcome to Hermann Hesse Reading Week 7 – 13 March 2016

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Today is the first day of Hermann Hesse Reading Week, here at my blog and over at Kaggsy’s Bookish Ramblings. I’ve been busy and have read a couple of books (Rosshalde, Klingsor’s letzter Sommer, Wanderung) and will write about them shortly. Pat (South of Paris Books) and I will both write about Klingsor on Thursday 10 March, so if anyone has read that too, try to  join our discussion.

If you participate, please use the Mr. Linky, so Karen and I can visit and comment. Just add your name (blog) + the name of the book you’ve read and then the link below.

I wish everyone a great week.


16 thoughts on “Welcome to Hermann Hesse Reading Week 7 – 13 March 2016

  1. I’ve done a separate page on my blog, so people can leave comments and links, and I’ll try to link there to everyone too! Should be fun!

  2. I am really looking forward to reading your commentary on these books.

    I love Hermann Hess. I have not read any of the books that you mention that you mention so this should be interesting for me.

  3. I will explore his poems, Caroline; the ones that you shared. And, if time permits, I will reread Siddhartha. Thank you. 🙂

  4. While I was sleeping, the Hermann Hesse reading week arrived. I feel bad and I feel sad. I don’t know whether I will be able to participate, but I will look forward to reading your reviews. Happy reading!

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