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|Translator||Ralph Manheim (1970)|
Rosshalde is a short novel by the German author Hermann Hesse.
Rosshalde details the failed marriage of the protagonist, painter Johann Veraguth, who lives on his estate, Rosshalde.
- Hermann Hesse. Rosshalde. Bantam Books.
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