8vo, pp. 303, ; a fine copy in the original publisher’s cloth, upper edge stained red, with the dust-jacket.
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First edition of this collection, with new prefatory material by Hesse himself. It brings together three prose works from before the publication of Peter Camenzind (1904): Eine Stude hinter Mitternacht (1899), Der Novalis (written 1899–1902, published 1907), and Hermann Lauscher (from 1896, published 1907).
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