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Siddhartha. Eine indische Dichtung Herman Hesse S Classic Novel Has Delighted, Inspired, And Influenced Generations Of Readers, Writers, And Thinkers In This Story Of A Wealthy Indian Brahmin Who Casts Off A Life Of Privilege To Seek Spiritual Fulfillment Hesse Synthesizes Disparate Philosophies Eastern Religions, Jungian Archetypes, Western Individualism Into A Unique Vision Of Life As Expressed Through One Man S Search For True Meaning

About the Author: Hermann Hesse

Hermann Hesse was a German Swiss poet, novelist, and painter In 1946, he received the Nobel Prize for 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 c

10 thoughts on “Siddhartha. Eine indische Dichtung

  1. says:

    So there s a damn dirty hippie in India named Siddhartha who is supposed to be seeking spiritual enlightenment, but instead of going to a good Christian church like a normal person, he wanders around the woods for a while with some other damn dirty hippies After he meets Buddha, he finally gets tired of being broke as

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    Whatever Blah blah blah Samana Blah blah blah Kamala Blah blah blah Samsara Blah blah blah River Blah blah blah Om.

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    My apologies if this review reeks of GUSHness However, it gave me that ONE OF A KIND reading experience that doesn t come along often and so I think it is certainly worthy of the praise I shall heep upon it Beautifully written and a deeply personal story, Hesse has created the ultimate expression of the journey of self discovery The

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    MY BEST BOOK OF 2017 In life we all look for meaning, we all look for something to give us a purpose and, in essence, a reason to actually be alive Nobody wants to get to the end of their journey and realise it was all for nothing, and that their days were utterly wasted So how do we find this meaning One must find the source within one

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    717 Siddhartha, Herman HesseSiddhartha is a novel by Hermann Hesse that deals with the spiritual journey of self discovery of a man named Siddhartha during the time of the Gautama Buddha The book, Hesse s ninth novel, was written in German, in a simple, lyrical style It was published in the U.S in 1951 and became influential during the 1960s 2007 1340 160 1355 160 1362 1367 1373 1375 134 1381 1394 1373 155 1376 1381 1385 1387 9645509114 1388 9789643204143 1392 152 9786001760884 1374 225 1376 167 9646663044 1385 174 1386 1387 9789643116286 1394 144 9789642092338

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    If I could turn back time or perhaps pass through some portal which brings me face to face with my 14 year old self, there are so many books I would recommend to little me, grabbing my shoulders to shake my malnourished frame and insisting that I get to reading them as soon as effin possible instead of waiting until I m too old and cynical and hyper critica

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    It was the book I read it four years back And to tell the truth I did not liked it much at the time I thought this guy has written a book for western audience who are not familiar with the philosophy of karma and dharma , or rather, in general, the basic philosophy of India, who after reading it will realize something esoteric And so it seemed to me a book containi

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    Most religions know of it as Enlightenment when the individual transcends himself and sees himself as one with the ultimate reality It can be theistic the Aham Brahma Asmi I am the Brahman or Tat Tvam Asi Thou Art That of Hinduism or atheistic the Buddhist Nirvana, based on the Anatman non soul but the person who achieves it, according to all sources,

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    By the latter part of the 19th Century, the colonial spread of European powers across the world was in full swing The British ruled India and Australia and had gone to war with China to force opium on the population Africa, South America, and the Philippines had been portioned out for Western rule and control of resources.But tyranny does not travel only in one direction, from con

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    I taught this book to juniors, and when I did I became frustrated with a student when I introduced it, because he let his classmates know that he d already read it and it sucked I m happy to report, now that we ve finished it, that his comments didn t seem to hurt the class s opinion of the book too badly In fact, that student himself said it was pretty good and that he d only skimmed it

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