The works of Hermann Hesse (1877 – 1962) are one of the heights of German literature of the last century. The writer has not been with us for more than half a century, but his books are consistently reprinted in millions of copies around the world. In 1946, he won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
The wording of the Committee was as follows: “For inspirational creativity, in which the classical ideals of humanism are manifested, as well as for a brilliant style.”
Thanks to the Universita Della Svizzera Professor Claudio Visentin and International tourism of USI for having such an opportunities to be the witness of the house of Herman Hesse’s House.
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