The Torch in my Ear

Elias Canetti. THE TORCH IN MY EAR ELIAS CANETTI TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN BY JOACHIM NEUGROSCHEL 2010 THE TORCH IN MY EAR ELIAS CANETTI TRANSLATED FROM THE. Front Cover.

The Torch in my Ear

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 as a writer.

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