To The Honorable Miss S.... and Other Stories | B. Traven (Ret Marut)
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Here are 15 stories by the author who later became famous under the name B. Traven, written during the years when—as Ret Marut—he was an itinerant actor and journalist in Germany before and during World War I. Most of these stories first appeared when Marut was editing an obstreperous antiwar newspaper—The Brick-Burner—in Munich. His writing was influenced by Max Stirner's The Ego and His Own They foreshadow many of the themes and philosophy which characterize such great works as The Death Ship and the novels and stories Traven later wrote in Mexico.