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eBook Siddhartha (Siddharta). Sonderausgabe ePub

by Hermann Hesse

  • ISBN: 3518416235
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  • Author: Hermann Hesse
  • Language: German
  • Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag KG; Neuauflage. edition (2004)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1511 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1470 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 511

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And when they arrived in Savathi, they were offered food at the very first house at whose door they stopped to beg, and they accepted it.

Siddhartha 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

Siddhartha 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 . in 1951 and became influential during the 1960s. Hesse dedicated the first part of it to Romain Rolland and the second part to Wilhelm Gundert, his cousin.

They knew everything, the Brahmans and their holy books, they knew everything, they had taken care of everything and of more than everything, the creation of the world, the origin of speech, of food, of inhaling, of exhaling, the arrangement of the senses, the acts of the gods, they knew infinitely much-but was it valuable to know all of this, not knowing. that one and only thing, the most important thing, the solely important thing? Surely, many verses of the holy books, particularly in the Upanishades of Samaveda, spoke of this innermost and ultimate thing, wonderful verses.

Hermann Hesse, the Nobel Prize-winning novelist, poet, and critic who enjoyed a cultlike readership among . Perhaps more than any other of his novels, Siddhartha reflects Hesse's belief that "the true profession of man is to find his way himself.

Hermann Hesse, the Nobel Prize-winning novelist, poet, and critic who enjoyed a cultlike readership among young people during the 1960s, was born in the quiet Black Forest town of Calw, Germany, on July 2, 1877. He was the son and grandson of Protestant clergymen who had served as missionaries in India. For me, Siddhartha is a more potent medicine than the New Testament," said Henry Miller; Kurt Vonnegut, J. deemed it Hesse's "simplest, clearest, most innocent tale of seeking and finding.

Siddhartha will do as his father instructs hi. The first light of day fell into the room. The Brahmin saw that Siddhartha's knees were trembling quietly. In Siddhartha's face he saw no trembling; his eyes gazed into the distance straight before him. The father realized then that Siddhartha was no longer with him in the place of his birth.

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In the shade of the sallow wood, Siddhartha, the handsome Brahmin's son, grew up with his friend Govinda

In the shade of the sallow wood, Siddhartha, the handsome Brahmin's son, grew up with his friend Govinda. He had learned to pronounce Om - the word of words - when he was two weeks old and love stirred in all who knew him for they recognised in him a Holy Man. Yet Siddhartha himself was troubled; neither his heart nor soul was full. I must join the Samanas.

Comments

Dakora Dakora
In a burst of nostalgia, I bought this kindle edition of Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha. "Nostalgia" because we read it in 3rd semester (intermediate) German class quite long ago and, in fact, that's one book I kept because I knew it was a classic. I also bought Siddhartha in a burst of hope, because more recently I'd actually been able to read and appreciate some of Hesse's poetry my former housemate brought home from one of his jaunts to the downtown German language library.

So I read Siddhartha. Again. As a designer and as a theologian, despite being very much into symbol, meaning, sign, and word, I still don't quite get the profound import of this book. I clearly remember my German Professor's "I am humanist" declarations; I also recall a friend telling me how much she'd enjoyed reading Siddhartha in English, and envied that I'd read it in German. I fully expected being a few years older would increase my appreciation, but it didn't. However, I'm still happy to own this digital edition, and I encourage you to read Siddhartha for yourself, in either a good translation or in Hermann Hesse's original German.
Granirad Granirad
I had never read this book by Herman Hesse before. My first language is German, so I thought I read the text in its original. I enjoyed very much the content, but was a bit disappointed by the many spelling mistakes and punctuation mishaps. My Kindle version of the book was very cheap ($0.99), which could be the reason for the mistakes. Someone without advanced knowledge of the German language might get confused by those typos. I just hope that it was the original text, not something translated into German from another language. All in all, I do recommend the book. The text exemplifies what is possible when an author skillfully uses literary devices within his creation. Indian philosophy is not forced on the reader, but the choice is left to the audience what to make of it. I would have given five stars if it weren't for the mistakes.
Thetalas Thetalas
This is definitely a book that everyone needs to read. Yet this German edition had a lot of typos. It can be definitely frustrating, especially if you are not familiar with the language. If you want to read this book I would suggest going for a newer edition, or for another publisher. I feel that it is disrespectful to the great literature to have so many typos in a print.
Musical Aura Island Musical Aura Island
A classic. Do search out more Hesse. You won't regret it.
Iphonedivorced Iphonedivorced
The book arrived in excellent conditions!
Shaktizragore Shaktizragore
It is a lovely story AND I LOVE IT IN GERMAN!!! English is a great language when an expansive vocabulary is applied. However, German words, in a way, define themselves and reading a text such as this fills the air with magic when speaking these words! I would recommend the German version over the English version only if you are fluent in German and/or have an appreciation of the language that goes above "sieg heil"!
Browelali Browelali
I bet it would be good if I could understand german
No layout. Grammar mistakes. Typos. Don't buy this version. It butchers the original.