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No one reads Hans Henny Jahnn (though I run a blog on him).
Peter Owen has now made The Ship available as a print-on-demand paperback, via Amazon UK.
Other books in English:
Thirteen Uncanny StoriesNight of Lead 

No one reads Hans Henny Jahnn (though I run a blog on him).

Peter Owen has now made The Ship available as a print-on-demand paperback, via Amazon UK.

Other books in English:

Thirteen Uncanny Stories
Night of Lead 

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