Spanning some 20 years, Broch's epic trilogy of daily life in Germany established him as an important modernist innovator.
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I wrote the first review here of _The Sleepwalkers_.
Since a subsequent reviewer has mentioned Broch's "political activities", perhaps it is relevant here to quote... Read more
Even better than 'Death of Virgil'. A book that can stand up to Musil and Joyce: a masterwork of stylistics and ideas.Published on Sept. 25 1999
Sleepwalkers has shaped up to be one of my most favorite books of all time. Broch acutely depicts the dangerous tendency of modern human behavior to become corrupted and blinded... Read morePublished on March 2 1999 by Mark Bourne
A member of our bookclub "assigned" this book and warned us that it would be difficult. This book was not only difficult, but also boring, futile, and a general waste of... Read morePublished on July 21 1998 by Paul (firstname.lastname@example.org)