Lenz by Georg Buchner

"Lenz" is a novella that explores the mind of Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz, a historical figure and playwright, during his descent into madness. The narrative presents a detailed account of Lenz's mental state as he struggles with depression, anxiety, and hallucinations while living in the mountains. It provides a profound look into the human psyche and the effects of isolation and mental illness.

The 3227th greatest book of all time


Published
1836
Nationality
German
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
22,000
Original Language
German

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