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Broth believed that writing can purify, and by revealing Germany's underlying guilt he hoped to purge indifference from his own and future generations. In The Guiltless, Broth captures how apathy and ennui?very human failings—evolve into something dehumanizing and dangerous.
About the Author:
Ralph Manheim translated Hourglass by Danilo Kis and numerous works by Gunter Grass, including The Tin Drum. He has edited and translated novels and plays by Bertolt Brecht, Hermann Hesse, and Erich Maria Remarque.
Composed of eleven chapters differeing in tone and style, the novel portrays an apathetic and ethically debased European society.