Gerhart Hauptmann

Gerhart Hauptmann was a German dramatist and novelist who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1912. He is considered one of the most important promoters of literary naturalism.


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  1. 1. The Fool In Christ: Emmanuel Quint

    This novel delves into the life of Emmanuel Quint, a man who, amidst the turmoil of early 20th-century Germany, believes himself to be a modern-day messiah. His profound spiritual convictions and miraculous healings draw a fervent following, yet also attract scorn and skepticism from society and religious authorities. As he embarks on a tumultuous journey of faith, Quint's radical teachings and the controversies surrounding his actions challenge the established norms and beliefs of the time, leading to profound reflections on spirituality, morality, and the nature of divinity. The narrative explores the fine line between madness and sanctity, ultimately questioning the essence of truth and redemption in a world resistant to change.

    The 2778th Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. The Weavers

    "The Weavers" is a dramatic play that portrays the harsh realities of the Silesian weavers' revolt in 1844. It vividly depicts the extreme poverty and exploitation faced by the weavers, who are driven to rebellion against their oppressive employers. The play is structured around the escalating tension and despair of the weavers, culminating in a powerful and tragic climax. Through its stark and realistic portrayal of social injustice and human suffering, the play critiques the socio-economic conditions of the time and highlights the weavers' struggle for dignity and justice.

    The 9345th Greatest Book of All Time