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Der Sandmann (Sandman)
by E.T.A. Hoffmann

Der Sandmann (Sandman) is a 1816 (published in 1817) story by E. T. A. Hoffman. The protagonist Nathaniel, struggles his whole life against trauma which comes from an episode with the sandman in his childhood experience. Until the end of the book it remains open whether this experience was real, or just a dream of the young Nathanael. Der Sandmann is extensively interpreted by Freud in a famous 1919 essay, as Unheimliche (The Uncanny).

Title Details

Translator:John Oxenford
Number of words:25,920
Print Length:74 pages

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