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Rasputin: the Tsar's adviser, charismatic seducer and surrounded by scandals. Brief and striking, this first novel in the present of German literature reveals a fascinating protagonist. Rasputin represents the quintessence of Klabund's style: entitled "novel-scenario", it is undoubtedly the most complete example of the expressionist style by the rhythm, the unbridled succession of images and the prodigious economy of style.
The author

Klabund (1890-1928), master of German literature, is the precursor of a form of writing close to cinema. Author of Mohammed, Raspoutine, Moreau, he will inspire Bertold Brecht and Günter Grass through his poems, plays and novels.

96 pages | ISBN: 9782315003624