Peter Stamm

Peter Stamm is a Swiss author known for his novels, short stories, and radio plays. His writing often explores themes of alienation, isolation, and the complexities of human relationships. Stamm's style is characterized by clear, minimalist prose and a focus on psychological depth. His works have been translated into numerous languages and have received international acclaim.


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  1. 1. Seven Years

    "Seven Years" is a novel about a complex love triangle. The protagonist is a man who's married to a woman he doesn't love, while he's obsessed with another woman who he doesn't understand. The novel explores the themes of love, desire, and the passage of time, as it jumps back and forth between different periods in the protagonist's life. Over the course of seven years, the protagonist grapples with his feelings and the consequences of his actions, leading to a series of dramatic and emotional revelations.