سفر به‌سوی صبح (2020)

سفر به‌سوی صبح Hermann Hesse سروش حبیبی
  • Title: سفر به‌سوی صبح
  • Author: Hermann Hesse سروش حبیبی
  • ISBN: 9789642090792
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
سفر به‌سوی صبح Hermann Hesse سروش حبیبی 1932 1932 1946 1932 .
سفر به‌سوی صبح Hermann Hesse سروش حبیبی

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  1. Ben Winch

    This is an anomaly in Hesse s oeuvre a personal piece in which he risks alienating his wider audience, and yet in another sense his most universal work It s true, I say this having had few successes in recommending it, yet so far no one I ve given it to has disliked it, even if it has left them frustrated or puzzled or underwhelmed The crux of it is, it s the story of a failure An inevitable failure, I would say, but as Hesse himself says early in the piece, the seemingly impossible must continu [...]

  2. Ahmad Sharabiani

    Die Morgenlandfahrt The Journey to the East, Hermann Hesse Journey to the East is a short novel by German author Hermann Hesse It was first published in German in 1932 as Die Morgenlandfahrt This novel came directly after his biggest international success, Narcissus and Goldmund Journey to the East is written from the point of view of a man in the book called H H who becomes a member of The League , a timeless religious sect whose members include famous fictional and real characters, such as Pla [...]

  3. Jonathan Ashleigh

    Hermann Hesse writes as though his words are god s perspective, but I don t believe in god And, for the most part, I think god is boring Unlike Siddhartha, a book which everybody loves because they think they will look dumb if they don t, Journey to the East is a book that doesn t claim to have all the answers I feel this quote from within its text describes it best The clearest relationships were distorted, the most obvious were forgotten, the trivial and unimportant pushed into the foreground [...]

  4. Glenn Sumi

    This probably shouldn t have been my introduction to Hermann Hesse s work, but what can you do I saw the modest little volume at the library and thought Gee, I should probably read Steppenwolf or Demian first, but why not whet my appetite with this One book by the Nobel Prize winner should give me a taste of his genius, right Um, not quite It s an opaque, confounding book about a man named H.H I m assuming it s partly autobiographical who looks back on his time in a mysterious group called the L [...]

  5. Ian "Marvin" Graye

    Poet of the Interior Journey There was a time in my 20 s when I was obsessed with Hermann Hesse I was a Hesse Obsessor After all, he was regarded highly enough as an author to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946.Something now lures me back to the novels I read then, Siddhartha and Steppenwolf However, I thought I would try this one as a wedgie or stopgap between ambitious projects.In truth, this is a novella than a novel.Even burdened by a 30 page introduction by Dr Timothy Leary he coi [...]

  6. Paul

    I have enjoyed the novels I have read by Hesse, but this wasn t really one that resonated with me The narrator H.H joins a quasi religious organisation called The League which has ancient roots and members from reality and fiction Plato, Don Quixote, Mozart, Tristram Shandy, Baudelaire, Puss in Boots I kid you not There is a pilgrimage to the East, which falls apart when a servant called Leo seems to disappear Of Course, Leo is much than a servant as the rest of the novella reveals, with reflec [...]

  7. J.G. Keely

    Why is Hesse s concept of enlightenment indistinguishable from mental illness First, in The Glass Bead Game, we get the depiction of a secular saint , and the signs of his enlightenment are that he has stopped all his creative work, often sits lost in thought, making no sign he understands anyone speaking to him, and when he does respond, it is with a brief non sequitur He otherwise wanders the gardens day and night with a bland smile frozen to his face Perhaps it s only me who looks at those sy [...]

  8. Benjamin

    Such a strange journey, such an elusive destination This is equally horrible and mystical, and it is a somewhat difficult task to try and make sense of the ending I found myself drawn to Leo immediately, while H.H I could easily identify with This made it both confusing and slightly depressing It seems that life is much magical and mystical in youth, and while I am still very young myself, I find that any excitement towards spirituality I once had, has been slowly replaced over the years with [...]

  9. Luís C.

    A disconcerting book because we lose all the landmarks of time and space But this book also made me think of Kafka and his novel The Castle The members of the order evoked for me the inhabitants of the village and HH in K.

  10. Lynne King

    How does one begin a review of Hermann Hesse s work My first experience of his books was with The Glass Bead Game , the content of which fascinated me at the time and I found it easy to read However, this book has really got me thinking and much as I like it, I wonder if the author is playing with the reader This is a spiritual journey of a German choirmaster called H.H could this be the author himself who unsuccessfully attempts to write about the great journey he made when he joined the League [...]

  11. Dhanaraj Rajan

    I had read another book by Hesse prior to this Knulp The present book in review also shares the same quality that was found in the earlier book That is, the book is relatively dull I mean the plot is not that riveting to keep the reader on the edge Rather, the plot moves in its own pace and Hesse wants the reader to read between the lines.As a result, a reader can come away from it carrying many messages I came away with one and by sharing it I will end my review.Hesse must have been haunted wit [...]

  12. Simge

    Kitapla ilgili felsefi bir ok yorum yap labilir zira buna fazlas yla elveri li bir kitap olmu nsan psikolojisi, yabanc la ma hissi, hata, inkar, kabullenmeHepsi k yor bu yolculukta okurun kar s na ve okur okuduklar n kendince anlamland rmaya al rken yle bir son geliyor ki i te o anda, ne kadar usta bir yazar okudu unuzu anl yorsunuz Metin i indekilerle yap lan ili kilendirme sonda muhte em, her kitab n sonu benzer ekilde keyif vermemi tir bana A k as t ylerimin rpermesine engel olamad m o sonu o [...]

  13. Po Po

    An incredible writer makes a truly depressing not much actually happens story story into something inspirational.If you ve ever found yourself wallowing in despair, utterly disconsolate, and demoralized, then this book is for you League brother H looks back upon his life and questions the meaning of his every choice and action He finds himself in the throes of an existential crisis.Insightful little book Warning Inconclusive ending.Several main points Despair is the constant state of humanity Th [...]

  14. Erik Graff

    Although the most difficult to comprehend of Hesse s novels, The Journey to the East was, upon reading, one of my favorites as it left me with some vague, yet powerful, apprehension of a vital truth something like those essential words we find at the tip of the tongue but are unable to speak, those aspects of memory we know to be there but cannot recollect, those revelations conveyed in dreams, in deliria or under the influence of psychotropics.Now, having substantially wasted my life and being [...]

  15. S.Ach

    I have read many books by many great minds Sartre, Camus, Dostoevsky, Nobakov, Ayn Rand et al I find an inner struggle to find out the various aspects of truth in their writing Their works disturb us They inspire us They confuse us about ourselves They make us question And they propel us towards a self exploring journey.But, reading Hesse is different When I read him, I don t feel as if I am reading a literary expert or philosopher I feel as I am with a saint The man who has experienced the trut [...]

  16. Tayebe

    he who travels far will often see things Far removed from what he believed was Truth When he talks about it in the fields at home, He is often accused of lying, For obdurate people will not believeWhat they do not see and distinctly feel.Inexperience, I believe,Will give little credence to my song.

  17. Patrick Gibson

    If ever the maxim not the destination but the journey were true, this would be the perfect example Not even considering the fact the travelers on this journey never make it to the East, which is in fact a metaphor or our own individual passage from solitude to the enlightenment of the communal whole The community for this particular journey is called The League And as they transverse through time and space encountering Don Quixote and Noah s Ark, members of the League such as Mozart and Hugo Wol [...]

  18. Dylan Grant

    My favorite Herman Hesse books Actually one of the few books by him that I like I think he is a very overrated book but I really liked it It s like a mature Alice in Wonderland at times because it has that sense of unbounded whimsical ness but the characters are older so they can really appreciate the wonder It is very short though.

  19. Erika

    Finishing this book is like sleeping and dreaming and waking up and feeling like you re still dreaming But in a sad way I.e I loved it so much.

  20. Hadrian

    Hesse is usually one of my favored writers, but this one left me cold and unimpressed I went through it quickly, having felt that the other books told his ideas better It s not a bad book, though.

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