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What are some books that are inspired by Germany and it’s myths? #fantasy#romance#fiction#books
by Markus Zusak
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PixThe Book Thief is set in Nazi Germany and offers a unique perspective on German history during World War II. It explores themes of love, loss, and the power of words, making it a poignant and gripping read.
by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
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PixThe Sorrows of Young Werther by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe is a classic romantic novel set in Germany. It explores themes of love, passion, and the struggles of a young artist. It offers insight into German literary traditions and can be seen as an influential work that inspired later Romantic movements.
by Louise Erdrich
Liked by 331
PixThe Night Watchman is a historical fiction novel that takes place in North Dakota during the 1950s. While it is not directly inspired by Germany and its myths, it is recommended as it explores themes of cultural identity and heritage, which can be connected to exploring one's ancestry and cultural myths.
by Franz Kafka
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PixThe Castle by Franz Kafka is a classic novel that delves into themes of bureaucracy, power, and alienation. Although it doesn't directly explore Germany's myths, it provides a unique insight into German literature and the existentialist movement, which can be of interest to readers looking to explore German literary traditions.