Book List in Order:29 titles

  • New translations of the greatest short stories by Joseph Roth, collected in a beautiful editionJoseph Roth's sensibility--both clear-eyed and nostalgic, harshly realistic and tenderly humane--produced some of the most distinctive fiction of the twent...


  • The first overview of all Joseph Roth’s journalism: traveling across a Europe in crisis, he declares,“I am a hotel citizen, a hotel patriot.”The Hotel Years gathers sixty-four feuilletons: on hotels; pains and pleasures; personalities; and the ...


  • Now available for the first time in English, this important addition to the Roth canon is rich in irony and exemplary of Roth's keen powers of social and political observationA novel fragment that was discovered among Joseph Roth's papers decades a...


  • Nina In Utopia is the breathtaking new novel from one of the most original women writers in the U.K., taking in time travel, Bedlam and the mad Victorian painter, Richard Dadd. London, 1854: Nina, the wife of an ambitious doctor, is heavily traumatiz...


  • Joseph Roth’s final novella, The Leviathan, concerns a shtetl’s finest coral merchant and how his dream of seeing the sea for the first time materializes at a terrible cost. In the small town of Progrody, Nissen Piczenik makes his living as the m...


  • A contemporary retelling of the Book of Job from the Bible.Job is the tale of Mendel Singer, a pious, destitute Eastern-European Jew and children’s Torah teacher whose faith is tested at every turn. His youngest son seems to be incurably disabled,...


  • Long out of print in English, this dizzying hybrid of novel, essay, and polemic has less to do with religion than with what Roth sees as the disintegrating moral fabric of the modern world Written while Roth was in exile from Germany and his na...


  • In The Spider's Web, his first novel, Roth paints a chillingly realistic picture of the conspiracies of the radical right that were to undermine the Weimar Republic and pave the way for Hitler and National Socialism....


  • Joseph Roth has been described as ?one of the greatest writers in German of this century? ("The Times"). With tragic foresight, "Right and Left," first published in 1929, evokes the nightlife, corruption, political unrest, and economic tyranny of Ber...







  • Written in the final days of Roth's life, it is a novella of sparkling lucidity and humanity. "Fallmerayer the Stationmaster" and "The Bust of the Emperor" are Roth's most acclaimed works of shorter fiction....


  • Based on his own observations during an extended stay in Moscow in the winter of 1926, The Silent Prophet is Roth’s vivid attempt to explain the Russian Revolution and its betrayal by exposing the personal motivations of its leaders. The illegitima...


  • Relates the story of Theodor Lohse, a man driven by contempt for Jews and Communists, as he goes underground to spread the influence of Hitler, and depicts the relationship of a boy and his father in 1920s Germany...


  • 'Every man had not only a weak spot but also a criminal one' At his wife's insistence, upstanding citizen and artillery officer Anselm Eibenschtz leaves his beloved Austro-Hungarian army and takes up a civilian post, as Inspector of Weights and M...



  • A continuation of the saga of the von Trotta family from The Radetzky March, it is both a powerful and moving look at a decaying society and its journey through the War and its devastating aftermath, and the story of the erosion of one man's desperat...



  • The Collected Stories, in its variety and force, is the essential introduction to the fiction of Joseph Roth.Appearing in English for the first time, The Collected Stories of Joseph Roth includes seventeen novellas and stories that echo the intensity...


  • By one of the most distinguished Austrian writers of our century, a portrait of three generations set against the panoramic background of the declining Austro-Hungarian Empire. Translated by a three-time winner of the PEN Translation Prize...


  • Flight Without End tells the story of a young ex-officer of the Austro-Hungarian army in the 1914-18 War, who makes his way back from captivity in Siberia and service with the Bolshevik army, only to find that the old order that shaped him has crumbl...


  • Joseph Roth, one of the great novelists of the century, weaves a short, fast-paced tale of an average man's struggle against injustice. Rebellion is the last of his novels to be translated into English....


  • Vienna of the late nineteenth century, with its contrasting images of pomp and profound melancholy, provides the backdrop for Joseph Roth's final novel, which he completed in exile, a few years before his tragic death in 1939. This brilliant, allegor...



  • Two novellas of rare energy and insight, The Spider's Web and Zipper and His Father are filled with Joseph Roth's surprising political foresight and compassionate sensitivity to the tremors of a world on the brink of collapse. The Spider's Web paints...


  • Roth wrote this final novella shortly before his death in 1939. It is the story of the last weeks in the life of a Parisian alcoholic and convicted murderer. The book has been made into a film, which won the 1988 Palme D'Or at the Venice Film Festiva...



  • "Job is perfect. . . . a novel as lyric poem."—Joan AcocellaJob is the tale of Mendel Singer, a pious, destitute Russian Jew and children's Torah teacher whose faith is tested at every turn. His youngest son seems to be incurably disabled, one of ...


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    Joseph Roth: RadetzkymarschEdition Holzinger. TaschenbuchBerliner Ausgabe, 2015, 4. AuflageVollständiger, durchgesehener Neusatz bearbeitet und eingerichtet von Michael Holzinger Erstdruck: Berlin, Kiepenheuer, 1932. Herausgeber der Rei...