After a rapid start to his career in the Berlin avant-garde, Robert Walser returned to settle in 1913 in Bienne, in his native Seeland region. The magical and universal place, crystallises the dreams of the tireless walker.
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" Seeland... il y a dans ce mot quelque chose de magique.
Seeland, ce peut être partout, en Australie, en Hollande ou ailleurs."
Walser spent seven years of destitution, surveying this country of lakes, mountains and forests as a tireless walker, drawing on the material of writing: Seeland, the last collection of this period, brings together six short stories- at the center of which "The Walk" - questioning the condition of the artist and sublimating walking as a way of being in the world and in words.

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Pocket book.

Robert Walser (1878-1956) is now considered as one of the greatest writers of the 20th century. His literary work, celebrated by Franz Kafka, Elfriede Jelinek or W. G. Sebald, continues to fascinate and win new readers.
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