Originally published in 1960 by Peter Owen, The Hooligan is a masterful psychological exploration of the making of a Nazi. Andreas Febler, the Head Clerk of the Town Council struggles with his own inadequacies and guilt. He is seduced by the beyond-good-and-evil preachings of the Lumpenhunde (lower-class ruffians) and eventually becomes the deputy commandant of a concentration camp. Rich in symbolism and written in a unique English style, the novel challenges and compels the reader to profoundly experience the phantasmagorical psyche of Andreas Febler.
Product code: BGWFH
Publisher: Ashgrove Publishing Ltd
Dimensions: 14.2cm x 20.0cm
Publish date: 09/09/2010
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