Results 1 – 30 of Juego de abalorios by Hesse, Hermann and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Results 1 – 30 of 89 EL JUEGO DE LOS ABALORIOS by HESSE, Hermann and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. The Glass Bead Game (German: Das Glasperlenspiel) is the last full-length novel of the German author Hermann Hesse. It was begun in and published in.
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En el un grupo de jovenes se consagran a la musica, a la astronomia, a las matematicas, con absoluto desden por todo placer abaloros. We also know that Hesse was fascinated with magic. He imagines a symbol system within which all academic disciplines can be encoded, and can interact with each other, like a conversion chart for all fields of knowledge.
If someone likes this kind of ablaorios telling, I accept it, but it was far too much for me.
El juego de los abalorios / The Glass Bead Game
Like some of Ayn Rand’s novels, the characters bloviate endlessly on their metaphysics. The whole idea of turning your back on the world and the insistence on meditation to control any possible emotion etc etc really irritates me as well.
This conclusion precipitates a personal crisis, and, according to his personal views regarding spiritual awakening, Knecht does the unthinkable: I’m sorry, but I found the book being syrupy.
May 12, David R. His life is a dull blank, undeserving of a biography at all, especially when at least three other characters go by who might actually have made good reading. English Choose a language for shopping. View all 4 comments. With any author you love, there tends to be a point when you start to hate them. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. The Glass Bead Game takes place at an unspecified date centuries into the future.
Those who direct the maximum force of their desires toward the center, toward true being, toward perfection, seem quieter than the passionate souls because the flame of their fervor cannot always be seen.
El Juego de Abalorios
The funniest thing about it was that I r With any author you love, there tends to be a point when you start to hate them. When I discovered that the book does not include female characters of jueo substance, I did not read beyond the one hundredth page.
This isn’t one of those books. It proceeds by abaloriox making deep connections between seemingly unrelated topics. Like some of Ayn Rand’s novels, t If there’s one thing about fiction I dislike it is not “getting” the point.
Only a few days later, the story ends abruptly with Knecht drowning in a mountain lake while attempting to follow Tito on a swim for which Hesse was unfit. Excluding this, I only read Sidharta from Hesse, so I can’t really judge him by f I didn’t like this book for several reasons.
In conclusion, I immediately germann selecting such a weighty tome from amongst Hesse’s oeuvre, and this certainly has not inspired me to ever read anything else from him! Kate Parr I would say if you’re waiting for a big event, or grand set piece, that doesn’t really happen. I’m told I’m not allowed to call this book hrsse hogwash”, so I won’t.
Oh, and it’s much longer than The Glass Bead game is, yet you can see I have no complaints at all! This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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I get it, really! Ziolkowski cites Thomas Mann ‘s recognition of the source of the book’s humor as “the parody of biography and the grave scholarly hermqnn. Or you could pretend to see the emperor’s new clothes too maybe.
The story never gives you a reason to care much about the main character, let alone anyone else, and nothing really interesting ever happens could that be considered a spoiler? Unfortunately, at my time of This was my second attempt in thirty years to read this cerebral masterpiece.
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By which I mean: This Knecht has been born some dozen years after the Treaty of Rijswijk in the time of Eberhard Ludwigand in depicting the other characters Hesse draws heavily on actual biographies: I never really got how it worked or what the point was supposed to be.
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The three lives, together with that as Magister Ludi, oscillate between extroversion rainmaker, Indian life juegp both get married and introversion father confessor, Magister Ludi while developing the four basic psychic functions of analytical psychology: Of course there was a progression in his thinking and his relation to Hhermann, but honestly, they always came without any sign, and I really would have loved if there had been more details about the things, happenings or talks that led him to change his mind.
The Glass Bead Game.
Inspired by his book, several people have gone on to design more or less playable games to match their impressions of the game he only alludes to—you can find them on the internet if you look around—but he never does. Freedman wrote in his biography of Hesse that the tensions caused by the rise of the Nazi Party in Germany directly contributed to the creation of the Glass Bead Game as a response to the oppressive times.
Apart from these issues, there are a lot of other problems that I don’t even want to list. There are no objectives. I see that a lot of others read the book when they were young, so perhaps it’s an age related thing. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. It’s like Eco uses the cabbalistic references in Foucaults Pendulum, or Huxley uses the Shakespeare quotations in brave new world.
It’s part non-religious ideas of perfection, and it’s protected by sort of “Glass Bead Game” playing priesthood who aren’t really priests because they’re atheists, but who have all the convictions of the American “Moral Majority” and the doctrines of the Catholic Church.
The two fundamental failures in the book are its main character and its central device, the Game itself.