Hans Fallada was born on 21st July 1893 and he died in 1947. He was the German writer, and is famously known for his significant work. His famous novels include the Little Man, What Now, and Every Man Dies Alone. The work of the Hans Fallada predominantly belongs to the literary style and new objectivity. His work also has the journalistic veneration of the facts along with the precise details.
The great success of the Hans Fallada work started in 1932 eased the financial straits experienced by Hans Fallada. His novel “Little Man, What Now?” was highly acclaimed. This novel has become a world classic novel after its first publication, in 1933. This novel draws the poignant, vivid picture of life in Germany. This novel also provides the life of Germans before Hitler took over. It focuses on the struggle of the young married couples at the time of inflation in the country. In 1934, a Hollywood movie was done on this novel even. This has also helped earn a closer attention to Hans Fallada.
In 1934, another novel named “Once We Had a Child” was published that initially gained the positive reviews all around the world. In 1938 his novel “Wolf among Wolves” became popular. This novel covers the sprawling saga and the collapse of the culture. This also covers the common man’s struggle to survive in the government and the economy. This novel addresses the catastrophic loss that German’s faced in World War I. The story of the “Wolf among Wolves” follows a young gambler that loses all in Berlin. Somehow the young gambler also finds romance. This novel is a moving thriller with the fascinating best historical fiction. The work of the Hans Fallada in this novel is packed with the emotional powerful punch. This novel is equally acclaimed as one of his most significant novels, and is considered as an important work of literature.
“Every Man Dies Alone” written by the Hans Fallada is considered as his most significant work. This masterpiece is recently translated, and is based on a true story. This novel presents the rich detail of the life in Berlin. The story revolves around a working couple that takes stand with the murder of their only son in front of them. Their grief made them launch a clandestine resistance campaign. This novel is more than a moving romantic story.