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Der Steppenwolf

Author: Hermann Hesse
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN: 3518736108
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»Harry Haller ist in das kulturlose und unmenschliche Inferno unserer prunkenden und lärmenden Gegenwart vorgedrungen und steht mit seinem Begriff von Menschenwert einsam außerhalb der bürgerlichen Gesellschaft. Seine Sehnsucht kennt eine unerreichbare Wirklichkeit: seine Verzweiflung treibt ihn zuweilen in die erreichbare andere zurück. Lust und Enttäuschung ihres Daseins führen in seinem Herzen und Hirn einen Kampf, an dem die Zivilisation Europas mit ihrem ganzen Bestände und Befunde teilnimmt.« Oskar Loerke

Phantoms On The Bookshelves

Author: Jacques Bonnet
Publisher: The Overlook Press
ISBN: 1468301853
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The enthralling memoir on the art of living with books Phantoms on the Bookshelves considers how our personal libraries reveal our true natures: far more than merely crowded shelves, they are living labyrinths of our innermost feelings. The author, a lifelong accumulator of books ancient and modern, lives in a house large enough to accommodate his many thousands of volumes, as well as overspill from the libraries of his friends. While his musings on the habits of collectors from the earliest known libraries are learned, amusing, and instructive, his advice on cataloguing may even save lives. Phantoms on the Bookshelves ranges from classical Greece to contemporary Iceland, from Balzac to Moby-Dick and Google. Rich in wit and wisdom, it will be a lasting delight for all who treasure books.

Hermann Hesse

Author: Edwin Casebeer
Publisher: Editions Mardaga
ISBN: 9782870091982
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Traduction française d'une étude publiée en anglais, en 1972. L'auteur analyse les grands romans de Hesse (prix Nobel de littérature en 1946): "Siddharta", "Le loup des steppes", "Narcisse et Goldmund", "Le jeu des perles de verre". Un des buts du livre, très accessible, est d'expliquer pourquoi Hesse est "admiré des jeunes". Présentation du message philosophique de l'auteur et repères biographiques, p. 7-20.

Europe 2 4 Km H

Author: Ken Haley
Publisher: Wakefield Press
ISBN: 1743050755
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Europe was the first continent to win a name for itself, and is the smallest of them all. So it should be easy to comprehend and its people should share a common outlook, right? Wrong. In his second book, wheelchair traveller Ken Haley crosses the Continent the long way round - from Russia to Portugal via the Arctic - and finds that Europeans are an endangered species. At the stately pace of 2.4 km/h the author is not out to break too many speed records, and takes comfort in the self-delusion that the slower he goes, the more he sees. While searching for true Europeans, Haley is embroiled in adventures that range from sharing a house with bank robbers in Norway to taking on the house at Monte Carlo. He also turns detective and discovers unsettling truths about his own European family. From the Arctic in summer to the Mediterranean in winter, Haley is always pushing against the grain, but his reward lies in meeting some of the most distinctive, charming and outrageous characters imaginable. By turns funny, serious, whimsical and witty, Haley's account of the Europeans, a people who seem to think Europe is somewhere else, will lead you on a twelve-nation tour de force - covering 26,000 km by train, bus, plane and ship - into the heart of Europe.

Mit Der Reife Wird Man Immer J Nger

Author: Hermann Hesse
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN: 3458736301
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Hesse gehört zu den Autoren, die das Glück hatten, alt zu werden und alle Lebensstufen auf charakteristische Weise erfahren und darstellen zu können. Zu den schönsten dieser Schilderungen gehören seine Betrachtungen über das Alter.