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His Son

Published by Diogenes as Sein Sohn
Original Title: Sein Sohn

Louis Chabos grew up in a children’s home in Milan. After his battlefield experiences during Napoleon’s Russian campaign, he wants only one thing: to settle down to a comfortable life at long last and build a family. In Grisons, in eastern Switzerland, he finds the small piece of happiness he has hoped for. But he squanders it when his desperate urge to track down his unknown father lures him to Paris, where he seeks his destiny amid the splendour and the misery.


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»Existential philosophy was never more entertaining or moving.«

Roman Bucheli / Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich

»Throughout the novel, he makes us participate closely in the desperate fight for origins – right up to the end and even beyond it.«

Felix Münger / SRF 2 Kultur, Zurich

»The novel expertly links historical events with the psychological dimension of the search for identity.«

Tagblatt der Stadt Zürich, Zurich

»In His Son, Lewinsky shows once again how adeptly he has mastered literature’s original form.«

Felix Münger / SRF 2 Kultur, Zurich

»The novel’s breath-taking tension is also attributable to Lewinsky's powerful eloquence, which is rooted in minimalism.«

Christiane Oelrich / Freie Presse, Chemnitz

»His Son by Charles Lewinsky is enjoyable entertainment from childhood to kinghood.«

Martin Oehlen / Frankfurter Rundschau, Frankfurt

»An anti-fairy tale, therefore; like so many fairy tales, it begins in a sinister way then finds a fairy tale ending – but is still far from over.«

Peter Zander / Berliner Morgenpost, Berlin

»Existential philosophy was never more entertaining or moving.«

Roman Bucheli / Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich

»Throughout the novel, he makes us participate closely in the desperate fight for origins – right up to the end and even beyond it.«

Felix Münger / SRF 2 Kultur, Zurich

»The novel expertly links historical events with the psychological dimension of the search for identity.«

Tagblatt der Stadt Zürich, Zurich

»In His Son, Lewinsky shows once again how adeptly he has mastered literature’s original form.«

Felix Münger / SRF 2 Kultur, Zurich

»The novel’s breath-taking tension is also attributable to Lewinsky's powerful eloquence, which is rooted in minimalism.«

Christiane Oelrich / Freie Presse, Chemnitz

»His Son by Charles Lewinsky is enjoyable entertainment from childhood to kinghood.«

Martin Oehlen / Frankfurter Rundschau, Frankfurt

»An anti-fairy tale, therefore; like so many fairy tales, it begins in a sinister way then finds a fairy tale ending – but is still far from over.«

Peter Zander / Berliner Morgenpost, Berlin
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