Gert Hofmann

Gert Hofmann was a German writer known for his novels, short stories, and radio plays. His works often explore themes of memory, history, and the human condition.

Books

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  1. 1. The Parable of the Blind

    "The Parable of the Blind" is a darkly comedic novel that follows six blind men who are hired to pose as models for a famous painter's depiction of a biblical parable. As they journey to the painter's studio, they struggle with their dependence on each other and the outside world, grappling with the limitations and challenges of their blindness. The narrative explores themes of human vulnerability, the nature of perception, and the absurdity of existence.

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