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Ernst Jünger: Eine Biographie (German Edition) download ebook
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Paul Noack
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Of the many reliable biographies, see most recently Thomas Amos, Ernst Jünger .

Of the many reliable biographies, see most recently Thomas Amos, Ernst Jünger (Hamburg: Rowohlt, 2011); Allan Mitchell, The Devil’s Captain: Ernst Jünger in Nazi Paris, 1941–1944 (New York: Berghahn, 2011); Heimo Schwilk, Ernst Jünger: Ein Jarhundertleben (Munich: Piper, 2007); Helmuth Kiesel, Ernst Jünger: die Biographie (Munich: Siedler, 2007); Steffen Martus, Ernst Jünger (Stuttgart: Metzler, 2001).

Ernst Jünger (; 29 March 1895 – 17 February 1998) was a highly-decorated German soldier, author, and entomologist who became publicly known for his World War I memoir Storm of Steel.

Ernst Jünger (; 29 March 1895 – 17 February 1998) was a highly-decorated German soldier, author, and entomologist who became publicly known for his World War I memoir Storm of Steel

Paul Noack, Ernst Jünger – Eine Biographie (Berlin, 1998). In Stahlgewittern first published in German 1920.

Paul Noack, Ernst Jünger – Eine Biographie (Berlin, 1998). Heimo Schwilk (e., Ernst Jünger – Leben und Werk in Bildern und Texten (Stuttgart, 1988). J. P. Stern, Ernst Jünger (New Haven, 1953). Johannes Volmert, Ernst Jünger: ‘In Stahlgewittern’ (Munich, 1985). Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart, 1978. This translation first published by Allen Lane 2003.

Ernst Jünger, German novelist and essayist, an ardent militarist who was .

Ernst Jünger, German novelist and essayist, an ardent militarist who was one of the most complex and contradictory figures in 20th-century German literature. Jünger joined the French Foreign Legion in 1913, but his father had him brought back to Germany. Jünger’s postwar novels include Heliopolis (1949) and Gläserne Bienen (1957; The Glass Bees ), a disturbing story of a jobless former soldier in an overmechanized world symbolized by artificial bees and marionettes. In such later books as Aladins Problem (1983), he tended to condemn the militaristic attitudes that had led to Germany’s disastrous participation in the World Wars.

Original Title: Ernst Jünger biography. Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 56: German Fiction Writers, 1914-1945, Gale (Detroit, MI), 1987. The book was praised across the United States as a significant and revealing insight into the mind of a German officer. In his introduction to The Storm of Steel, R. H. Mottram asserts that the work was profound and meaningful because the author did not shy away from depicting events and feelings exactly as they occurred; he censored nothing. Figal, Gunter, and Heimo Schwilk, Magie der Heiterkeit: Ernst Junger zum Hundersten, KlettCotta (Stuttgart, Germany), 1995.

Ernst Jünger: Die Biographie. Berlin: Siedler Verlag, 2007 Given the absence of a full-scale biography of Jünger in English, one hopes this book will find a translator. Berlin: Siedler Verlag, 2007. Ernst Jünger is one of a handful of figures in the intellectual history of modern Germany to whom the qualifier "controversial" has become almost indelibly attached. Given the absence of a full-scale biography of Jünger in English, one hopes this book will find a translator.

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