Kaspar Hauser Speaks for Himself: Kaspar's Own Writings
In 1828, a young man mysteriously appeared in Nuremberg. He could hardly speak or walk and yet began to exhibit remarkable qualities that made a deep impression on everyone he met. This book contains the extraordinary letters, essays, and observations written by Kaspar Hauser himself, along with notes by Georg Daumer, who became his teacher, guardian, and friend. These striking documents show not only an exceptional destiny but also are a moving testament to the power of a pedagogical relationship.
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Foreword Andrea Damico Gibson
Impressions and Essays by Kaspar Mauser
Mans Approach to the Spirit Today
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