Robert Walser

Robert Walser around 1900 Robert Walser (15 April 1878 – 25 December 1956) was a German-speaking Swiss writer. He additionally worked as a copyist, an inventor's assistant, a butler, and in various other low-paying trades. Despite marginal early success in his literary career, the popularity of his work gradually diminished over the second and third decades of the 20th century, making it increasingly difficult for him to support himself through writing. He eventually had a nervous breakdown and spent the remainder of his life in sanatoriums. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published in Kunst und Künstler (1921)
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