Herman Hesse's novel "Demian: The Story of Emil Sinclair's Youth" (1919) is a coming-of-age story about a young man's quest for individuation. Quiet Emil Sinclair is drawn into a forbidden world of petty crime and rebellion, guided by his mysterious classmate Max Demian, who simultaneously provokes Emil's search for self-discovery in this novel about the balance of good and evil. This edition follows the 1923 N.H. Piday translation.
by Hermann Hesse
by Hermann Hesse, Andrew Harvey
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