2 edition of Gertrude found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Eliza White.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||161|
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Gertrud, Hermann Hesse Gertrud is a novel written by Hermann Hesse, first published in Styled as the memoir of a famous composer named Kuhn, Gertrud tells of his childhood and young adult years before it comes to the heart of the story; his relationships to two troubled artists, the eponymous Gertrud Imthor, and the opera singer Heinrich Muoth/5.
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See all books authored by Gertrude Stein, including The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, and Tender Buttons, and more on With Gertrude, Herman Hesse continues his lifelong exploration of the irreconcilable elements of human this fictional memoir, the renowned composer Kuhn recounts his tangled relationships with two artists--his friend Heinrich Muoth, a brooding, self-destructive opera singer, and the gentle, self-assured Gertrude Imthor.4/5(21).
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