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1. Eumeswil [2015]

Book
xxi, 303 pages ; 23 cm
  • Introduction: The anarchic imagination in Eumeswil / Russell A. Berman
  • The teachers
  • Isolation and security
  • Night bar notes
  • A day in the casbah
  • A day in the city
  • Concerning the forest
  • Epilogue.
"Ernst Jünger's Eumeswil is a post-apocalyptic novel that combines elements of dystopian science fiction with a sustained philosophical reflection on the predicament of the individual in the face of the intrusive powers of the state and technology. Set in an undated future, the novel follows the reflections of Martin Venator, a historian living in the city-state of Eumeswil, ruled by a dictator known as the Condor. Venator regards himself as an "anarch," a figure who quietly accommodates himself to life within a dictatorship while simultaneously pursuing a life of inward resistance. As an anarch, Venator is a figure without loyalty to anyone but himself, yet at the same time he must also take careful measures to maintain the security of his current situation and to provide a means for escape in the event the government is overthrown"-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library
GERMAN-147-01, GERMAN-347-01
Book
lxix, 116 pages ; 20 cm
Green Library
GERMAN-147-01, GERMAN-347-01

3. The Forest passage [2013]

Book
xxii, 97 pages ; 21 cm
Green Library
GERMAN-147-01, GERMAN-347-01

4. On pain [2008]

Book
xlvii, 47 p. ; 21 cm.
  • Preface to the Telos Press edition of Ernst Jünger's "On pain" / Russell A. Berman
  • Translator's introduction / David C. Durst
  • On pain / Ernst Jünger.
Green Library
GERMAN-147-01, GERMAN-347-01
Book
372 p. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
GERMAN-147-01, GERMAN-347-01
Book
l, 132 p. ; 22 cm.
Green Library
GERMAN-147-01, GERMAN-347-01

7. Three plays [1966]

Book
242 p. 21 cm.
  • Death and the fool.- Electra.- The Tower (1927)
Green Library
GERMAN-147-01, GERMAN-347-01
Book
308 p. ; 25 cm.
Green Library
GERMAN-147-01, GERMAN-347-01