"All books by Michael Hofmann"

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  • 9780393057188 72

    A Sad Affair: A Novel

    Wolfgang Koeppen, Michael Hofmann

    Hardback, 2003

    A romantic roman à clef that tells the story of Sibylle, one of the greatest literary femmes fatales since Salomé.
  • 9780393321944 72

    Death in Rome

    Wolfgang Koeppen, Michael Hofmann

    Paperback, 2001

    A prophetic novel that ranks with The Tin Drum and W. G. Sebald's The Emigrants as one of the essential works of contemporary European fiction.
  • 9780393323269 72

    The Hothouse: A Novel

    Wolfgang Koeppen, Michael Hofmann

    Paperback, 2002

    "A recovered masterpiece....Remarkable as a sidelong, searing appraisal of the legacy of the Nazi years."—Publishers Weekly, starred review
  • Pigeons on the Grass

    Wolfgang Koeppen, Michael Hofmann

    Paperback, 2020

    Wolfgang Koeppen’s postwar masterpiece in a luminous new translation by the poet Michael Hofmann
  • 9780811229197 72

    Pigeons on the Grass

    Wolfgang Koeppen, Michael Hofmann

    E Book, 2020

    Wolfgang Koeppen’s postwar masterpiece in a luminous new translation by the poet Michael Hofmann
  • 9780811228343 72

    Michael Kohlhaas

    Heinrich von Kleist, Michael Hofmann

    Paperback, 2020

    An extraordinary masterpiece of German literature, now in a gripping new English translation
  • 9780811228350 72

    Michael Kohlhaas

    Heinrich von Kleist, Michael Hofmann

    E Book, 2020

    An extraordinary masterpiece of German literature, now in a gripping new English translation
  • 9780393322705 72

    The Wandering Jews

    Joseph Roth, Michael Hofmann

    Paperback, 2001

    The classic portrait of a vanished people.
  • 9780393333626 72

    The Seventh Well: A Novel

    Fred Wander, Michael Hofmann

    Paperback, 2008

    "Shockingly brutal, profoundly transcendent." --Seattle Times
  • 9780393325829 72

    What I Saw: Reports from Berlin 1920-1933

    Joseph Roth, Michael Hofmann, Michael Hofmann

    Paperback, 2004

    "[Joseph Roth] is now recognized as one of the twentieth century's great writers."—Anthony Heilbut, Los Angeles Times Book Review