Books by Heinrich Bîll

THE MAD DOG by Heinrich Bîll
Released: Sept. 1, 1997

"No writer should be judged by his weakest work, however, and this nondescript volume should be taken for exactly what it is: apprentice fiction, of minimal interest to all but Bîll's most uncritical admirers."
Ten previously unpublished stories, written between 1936 and 1950 by the late German author (191785), who was awarded the 1972 Nobel Prize for Literature. Read full book review >
THE SILENT ANGEL by Heinrich Bîll
Released: June 27, 1994

"Not naturally engaging, but a great document and an important artifact."
The late Nobel Prize winner's first novel, written in 1950 and hitherto untranslated (it was first published in Germany in 1992). Read full book review >