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Steppenwolf Newcastle Mayfair 6th October 1972

Steppenwolf Newcastle Mayfair 6th October 1972
“Born to be Wild” was a big song in the early ’70s. We’d seen Easy Rider, with Peter Fonda riding his Harley to the song, and Slade would close their set with their version of the song. 325 more words


The Philosopher and the Window Cleaner

In my first novel, Glass, my main character strikes up a friendship with his live-in landlord, a man known only as the Steppenwolf. The Steppenwolf is a recluse, who shuts himself away in a cork lined room most days, in the hopes of writing a book which contains all life. 461 more words



I would traverse not once more, but often the hell of my inner being. One day I would be a better hand at the game. One day I would learn how to laugh.

– Hermann Hesse, Steppenwolf

Harry Heller and the Steppenwolf, the genius of Hermann Hesse

A student of mine has asked me to select some classic texts for him to read, discuss, and write about, and one of the works I decided to include in his list was ‘Steppenwolf’ by Hermann Hesse. 280 more words


Steppenwolf's Broadway bound "Airline Highway" extends in Chicago

By popular demand, Steppenwolf Theatre Company extended its critically acclaimed world premiere production of Airline Highway by Pulitzer Prize finalist Lisa D’Amour and directed by two-time Tony Award winner Joe Mantello. 414 more words