With World War I looming, Emil Sinclair begins a "coming of age" journey in his small town. He fights his internal fears at the hands of the school bully, Franz Kromer. He revolts against his proper upbringing at the urging of a new acquaintance, Max Demian. Max Demian invites Sinclair into a new realm of thought, teaching him the virtues of revolting against conventional thought, and provoking in him the confidence to think and act for himself.
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The review of this Book prepared by Kristi Carlson