Written by Robert Musil
Translated from the German by Geoffrey C. Howes
Written by the great Austrian novelist in 1924, Three Women—consisting of three long stories, "Grigia," "The Portuguese Lady," and "Tonka"—was written just a few years prior to Robert Musil's twentieth-century masterpiece, The Man Without Qualities. Beloved by writers Thomas Mann and Hermann Broch, Musil was several times nominated for a Nobel Prize before his death in 1942.
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