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Robert Walser

Robert Walser (1878-1956)—admired by Franz Kafka, Robert Musil, and Walter Benjamin—wrote as many as eight novels (four have survived) and thousands of the short prose texts that became his trademark. Called “a clairvoyant of the small” by W. G. Sebald, Walser drafted many of his works on small slips of found paper in a pencil script so tiny that when a trove of manuscripts was discovered after his death, it was believed initially that he had been writing in secret code. (updated 4/2011)

AGNI has published the following work by Robert Walser:

Cowshed (translated by Susan Bernofsky)
Do You Know Meier (translated by Susan Bernofsky)
Kutsch (translated by Susan Bernofsky)


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