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Lost Prince:The Unsolved Mystery of Kaspar Hauser

Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

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ISBN 10: 0684822962 / ISBN 13: 9780684822969
Published by Free Press, Duluth, Georgia, 1996
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Title: Lost Prince:The Unsolved Mystery of Kaspar ...

Publisher: Free Press, Duluth, Georgia

Publication Date: 1996

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Edition

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Offers new clues about the identity and murder of Kaspar Hauser, who was kept in a dungeon for his entire childhood, found in 1828 at the age of sixteen barely able to walk or speak, and then murdered in 1833. 25,000 first printing.


In 1828, a sixteen-year-old boy who had been kept in a dungeon his entire childhood turned up in Nuremburg, unable to talk and nearly unable to walk. Kaspar Hauser became a household word in Europe within a few years, but his origins remained an unsolved puzzle. He was mysteriously murdered in 1833.

Now Jeffrey Masson, whose work on the reality of child abuse in Freud's time created an explosion in the world of psychoanalysis, has discovered the earliest document on the Kaspar Hauser story, and on the basis of this and other previously unpublished documents he has translated one of the great works of German literature, Anselm von Feuerbach's story of Kaspar Hauser, into English for the first time. Accompanying this translation is an essay in which Masson explores the many curious issues raised by this case. Who was Kaspar Hauser, where did he come from, and why was he killed?

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