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Steppenwolf By Hermann Hesse Basil Creighton Walter Sorell Steppenwolf Harry Haller is the Steppenwolf wild strange shy and alienated from society His despair and desire for death draw him into a dark enchanted underworld Through a series of shadowy encounters romanti
  • Title: Steppenwolf
  • Author: Hermann Hesse Basil Creighton Walter Sorell
  • ISBN: 9780141182896
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • Steppenwolf By Hermann Hesse Basil Creighton Walter Sorell Harry Haller is the Steppenwolf wild, strange, shy and alienated from society His despair and desire for death draw him into a dark, enchanted underworld Through a series of shadowy encounters romantic, freakish and savage by turn the misanthropic Haller gradually begins to rediscover the lost dreams of his youth.
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      Hermann Hesse was a German Swiss poet, novelist, and painter In 1946, he received the Nobel Prize in Literature His best known works include Steppenwolf, Siddhartha, and The Glass Bead Game also known as Magister Ludi which explore an individual s search for spirituality outside society.In his time, Hesse was a popular and influential author in the German speaking world worldwide fame only came later Hesse s first great novel, Peter Camenzind , was received enthusiastically by young Germans desiring a different and natural way of life at the time of great economic and technological progress in the country Throughout Germany, many schools are named after him In 1964, the Calwer Hermann Hesse Preis was founded, which is awarded every two years, alternately to a German language literary journal or to the translator of Hesse s work to a foreign language There is also a Hermann Hesse prize associated with the city of Karlsruhe,Germany.

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    1. Although magic is usually not the subject of literary novels, even less so when magic involves hallucinogens, visions, dreams, and phantasmagoria, many literary novels are page turners, filled with a compelling, straightforward storyline and lots of action think of Our Mutual Friend and Crime and Punishment, think of Heart of Darkness and No Country for Old Men, or novels like The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo or The Spy Who Came in from the Cold Hermann Hesse s novel Steppenwolf is a work of a co [...]


    2. I read this book on a twenty four hour train journey surrounded by the bourgeois It was a terrifying experience The book didn t change my life and was not meant to, but it gave me hope and hope is always a good thing The influence of Indian spirituality on this book is apparent, but Hesse chooses to dissect it using the prism of Western pessimism He talks about the multiplicity of the self and the infinite potential associated with it, how we often choose to attach fanciful restrictions to the l [...]


    3. Kurt Vonnegut, one of my literary heroes, said of Hermann Hesse s novel Steppenwolf that is was the most profound book about homesickness ever written Vonnegut also went on to describe how Hesse speaks to young readers, how he speaks to the essence of youth and offers hope.Like many readers, I first encountered Hesse as a young person, for me it was when I was in high school Hesse s illustration of isolation and being misunderstood spoke to me as a youth, as I imagine it has for many young peopl [...]


    4. Hermann Hesse s words are timeless Here they represent an entire disaffected generation, a generation who is on the cusp of radical change but still partly exists in the old world They are out of space and out of time they are lost within themselves However, such things can aptly be applied to a number of individuals across the ages And, for me, this is what made the novel so great Through these pages Hesse evokes a character I have seen many times before across literature, but never before with [...]


    5. This novel 1 Initially reminded me very much of my own mental imbalances.2 Started to make me feel like I d been had, and that it was, in fact, just pretentious, overly self aware me me me wackoff shite.3 Redeemed itself AND THE NARRATOR in the end with its exploration of drug induced Jungian dreamscapes and subconscious mental states.4 Successfully summoned that strange emotion that I like to call happysad 5 Did not change my life forever, but did act like aloe on a sunburn for my general mood [...]


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    7. There are always a few such people who demand the utmost of life and yet cannot come to terms with its stupidity and crudeness Hermann Hesse, Steppenwolf There is this bourgeoisie period in every man s life A midpoint between birth and death where man is trapped alone Unable to exist in the hot or cold of the absolutes he tries to find his way between the extremes in the comfortable center Fearing life and death, he just exists barely This is not a novel for the young Just like it is better to s [...]


    8. Um What the What What the hell did I just read First third, BRILLIANT one of the most interesting bits of philosophical fiction I ve ever read Seriously I was completely enthralled Second third hard to believe that two people would ever actually have conversations such as these, but still engaging Third third what the F CK No, really, what the f ck It was some sort of crazy funhouse reality blurring, whacked out Kubrick film I don t know if I liked it or I hated it My brain is still in knots So [...]


    9. Likely the dumbest Important Book that I ve read.Yeah, it s cool that the narrator thinks he s a werewolf, but is really just a recluse pseudo academic and then reads a manuscript that describes fake werewolves and outs them as poseurs Cool, also, that the preface, by the manuscript s fictional finder and publisher, records the impression that the horrors of the middle ages were non existent A man of the Middle Ages would detest the whole mode of our present day life as something far than horri [...]



    10. Half Bourgeois Half Wolf Steppenwolf starts with a fascinating 20 page preface that places a conventional perspective on the rest of the novel which is quite radical, if not exactly nihilist.The unnamed first person narrator could be one of us He purports to be a middle class man, living a regular life, fond of work and punctuality, as well as an abstainer and non smoker He gets to know the Steppenwolf, Harry Haller, while they both rent furnished rooms in his aunt s apartment.He finds Harry an [...]


    11. Harry Haller fights a battle ever day against his animalistic nature, the Steppenwolf, the thing keeping him from fitting in with society Will he conquer the Steppenwolf before it drives him to suicide I d toyed with the idea of paraphrasing the opening of the 1970 s Incredible Hulk TV show but it felt disrespectful to a book of this power Steppenwolf is one of the thought provoking books I ve ever read I lost count of the number of times I stopped and pondered my own Steppenwolfishness.Harry H [...]


    12. The Best Novel on the Intellectual Male s Midlife CrisisI might well have ridiculed this novel at 20, when I was unconquerable, infinite, the world my oyster Thirty years on, having been through the process of disenchantment called life, and survived the tragic ends de facto and de jure of each chapter of my personal myth the perfect job, a huge house, insane wealth, and adoration of both my looks and smarts I find this novel profound.Hermann Hesse wrote this in his late 40s and I can see parts [...]


    13. Solitude is independence It had been my wish and with the years I had attained it It was cold Oh, cold enough But it was also still, wonderfully still and vast like the cold stillness of space in which the stars revolve.I wrote a review a couple of weeks ago and I am still not sure about sharing it It is too personal This book is so close to my heart and my first review reflects that a little too much I mean, I didn t know what to expect and it blew me away It is a fascinating work about nearly [...]


    14. Written at a time when his own life was in some disarray, while battling his inner demons through depression and being treated as an outcast because of anti war military views, it comes as no surprise to me that Hermann Hesse wrote Steppenwolf semi autobiographical rather than a work of out and out fiction, but this only makes for a heightened reading experience with elements of realism that keep things from falling into the realms of complete fantasy So thus begins a mythical, philosophical a [...]


    15. I ve read a few of Hesse s novels and I keep coming back to Steppenwolf time and time again It s not as if books like Demian and Beneath the Wheel aren t worthwhile, either It s just that there is something so grabbing and memorable about Steppenwolf I was truly changed after I read this and I can t really say that for the majority of the books I ve read.One thing I think Hesse was obsessed with a little is the duality of life the light and the dark side Steppenwolf takes you to some dark carniv [...]



    16. Personality should be integral, some psychoanalysts suggest.Here we have an old, solitary and independent man ruminating upon his self, or his selves a part human, and another one wolf like.Is he alienated Is it a midlife crisis An existential one Do those parts cooperate with each other Or, are they set apart, conflicting He just had a normal, gently killing time day This is how the book introduces us to this character One hot bath, some breathing exercises, some meditation, old books reading t [...]


    17. Recomand acest roman tuturor celor care vor s descopere infernul dinl untrul lor.Mi am propus de foarte multe ori s scriu o recenzie asupra romanului Lupul de step de Hesse M obseda ns ideea c nu a fi capabil, c nu a putea spune tot ce a vrea s spun, c n a g si cuvintele necesare pentru a descrie aceast carte Ie ind din aura ei i scriind DESPRE ea, mi e fric de faptul c o s i ciop r esc valoarea nu sunt deloc un bun sculptor Poate cuvintele mele de mai sus nu nseamn nimic pentru unii, poate mul [...]


    18. 684 Der Steppenwolf Steppenwolf, Herman Hesse 1974 1346 1368 368 9645960320 1376 9645960320 1383 1388 1394 346 9786001215728 20 1362 293 1368 383 1376 1383 9645509076 1387 9643202712 1389 9789643204471 1394 1391 232 9786001760778 1927 1929 1920 67 .



    19. Part 1 A relevant tabletop game December 27, 2015 view spoiler One of the tabletop board card games I ve played the most over the last couple of years probably over 100 times is One Night Ultimate Werewolf, which is in the category of social deduction games Some of you may be familiar with Mafia, the pioneer game in the field conceived in the 80 s In the Werewolf versions that are popular nowadays, each person is dealt one character card at the beginning, which assigns them a role as either one [...]



    20. Life is not an epic poem with heroic roles But full of sheep and wolves, forming the human life These wolves are not Born to be wild , but alienated for their hunger to findthe meaning in everything For the sake of argument, I am going to singularize the pack of wolves to a single, certain wolf STEPPENWOLF And you are allowed to assume any arbitrary number of sheep and if required, a mama sheep can be also brought in for contentment and coziness Well, Isn t this how the stories have been usually [...]


    21. Now that I ve reached middle age, I thought it was time to revisit that classic of earnest adolescent angst despite the fact the novel s hero is nearly 50 years old , Hermann Hesse Steppenwolf.I found the early sections of the book dull, flat, pretentious, and swimming in its own vanity But the later sections corrected some of these faults, and made the book interesting and worth reading overall.My main problem with the early parts of Steppenwolf is that the novel is constantly tells us how fine [...]




    22. _Steppenwolf_This is a great book It really is It is philosophical and spiritual and deep and it demands your attention while reading it It is the kind of book that i would love and cherish and adore But i could not connect with it It seemed distant and i felt frustrated most of the time I didn t have problems with it, it s just, I couldn t feel along with it And on top of that, by the times i thought me and book started to communicate it started slipping away again And again And again I will be [...]


    23. Goodness what a delightfully interior novel this is, I had quite forgotten or possibly never noticed It was some years ago when I last read it, rather as Mark Twain allegedly said of his father, I find it much improved in the interim.Before I reread The Glass Bead Game I was weighing up which to return to first I think this was the better way round at least for me, I had a feeling that Harry was in want of Castalia, or that the Castalian life was developed to avoid the development of Steppenwol [...]



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