Elias Canetti

Elias Canetti (1905-94)was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1981. His writings include a monumental work of social theory, Crowds and Power, and three volumes of memoirs, The Tongue Set Free, The Torch in My Ear, and The Play of the Eyes.


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The Play of the Eyes

Elias Canetti
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The Secret Heart of the Clock

Elias Canetti; Translated by Joel Agee
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From one of the preeminent intellectual figures of the twentieth century, a highly personal testimonial of what Canetti himself chooses to term "notations,"...


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Notes from Hampstead

Elias Canetti; Translated by John Hargraves
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Notes from Hampstead is a map of the late Nobel laureate's thinking, a triumphant compendium of aphoristic, enigmatic, and expository writings covering a...


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Auto-da-Fé

Written by Elias Canetti; Translated from German by D. V. Wedgewood
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Auto-da-Fé, Elias Canetti's only work of fiction, is a staggering achievement that puts him squarely in the ranks of major European writers such as...


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Crowds and Power

Elias Canetti; Translated by Carol Stewart
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Crowds and Power is a revolutionary work in which Elias Canetti finds a new way of looking at human history and psychology. Breathtaking in its range and...


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The Torch in my Ear

Elias Canetti; Translated by Joachim Neugroschel
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The Torch in My Ear is the account of Canetti's young manhood, of his arrival in Vienna in the early 1920s, of his schooling, and of the beginning of his life...


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