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More than Meets the Eye

“It was the first fissure in the columns, that upheld my childhood…”

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Book Review: Demian by Hermann Hesse

“I have no right to call myself one who knows. I was one who seeks, and I still am, but I no longer seek in the stars or in books; I’m beginning to hear the teachings of my blood pulsing within me.” 910 more words

Book Review

Demián y Hesse: Dos Mundos

“Tan solo quería hacer lo que brotaba espontáneamente de mí, ¿por qué habría de ser eso tan difícil?” Hermann Hesse.

Hermann Hesse expresa bajo la voz de Emil Sinclair la dualidad que viene marcada como estigma en la existencia de la condición humana. 209 more words

Filosofía

Bicara Buku: Klasik, buku politik, dan buku jelek (bagian ketiga)

Bagian pertama dan bagian kedua bisa ditemukan di link masing-masing. Beberapa langsung saya contek dari review Goodreads, yang ditulis saat baru selesai baca bukunya sehingga lebih segar. 2,462 more words

Books

Demian by Hermann Hesse

I set J’s copy of “Demain” by Hermann Hesse free in New York in November 2017.  It was amongst the first lot of his books I set free in Battery Park, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, around Wall Street, in Brooklyn, in parks on benches and in restaurants. 62 more words

Books Released Into The Wild

'Demian' by Hermann Hesse (GLM VII)

Demian was first published in 1919. My Picador edition made use of a translation from 1958 by W. J. Strachan. Demian was originally published under the pseudonym, Emil Sinclair, who is the narrator of the story. 855 more words

Fiction

Demian: On Breaking Out Of The Shell

“The bird fights its way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Who would be born must first destroy a world. The bird flies to God.

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