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  • Narziß und Goldmund
  • Hermann Hesse
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  • 06 January 2017
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Narziß und Goldmund Read Ä 4 Ed Men døden eksisterer altid i hans nærhedEn ung mands forsøg på at realisere livet uden borgerlig binding Ole Hyltoft. Can I just say that I absolutely love Hermann Hesse For me his words speak directly to my soul I have never exclusively followed an author except Hesse He is absolutely brilliant and his works are so nuanced to the point where they only mean anything to the reader unless they can relate in some profound way I have now finished all of his major works and I must say bravo All of his books are about the turmoil and duality of the human soul He speaks my language My next goal is to learn German so I can read his books again in his native tongueGoldmund and Narcissus is about that duality except in the form of two separate characters One is a thinker the other a feeler one values rationality and reason and the other values intuition One lives in the world of abstract ideas and the other in the world of sensuality and the senses One lives the life of a duty bound priest the other an Artist Neither is held in higher regard over the other Both struggle to find the meaning of their nature I especially enjoyed the part where Narcissus talks about when someone who is meant to be an artist tries to live the life of a thinker evil ensues There is danger in trying to force themselves into that false role He calls the artist thinker a mystic Thinkers and artists alike have their place in the world and neither should think they are superior to the other for they are antithesis of each other

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Narziß und Goldmund Read Ä 4 Guldmund bliver ikke nogen from asketisk munk i klosteret Mariabronn som vennen Narcis Han flygter ud i verden en vandrer u. Narzi und Goldmund Death and the Lover Narcissus and Goldmund Hermann HesseNarcissus and Goldmund is a novel written by the German Swiss author Hermann Hesse which was first published in 1930 At its publication Narcissus and Goldmund was considered Hesse s literary triumph chronologically it follows Steppenwolf Narcissus and Goldmund is the story of a young man Goldmund who wanders aimlessly throughout Medieval Germany after leaving a Catholic monastery school in search of what could be described as the meaning of life or rather the meaning of his life 2008 1350 425 1384 1385 368 9643622606 1385 400 964477132

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Narziß und Goldmund Read Ä 4 Den hjem og mål beruset af friheden og eventyret Overalt hænger kvinderne ved ham og selv får han aldrig nok af kærligh. Artist Smartist We fear death we shudder at life s instability we grieve to see the flowers wilt and the leaves fall and in our hearts we know that we too are transitory and will soon disappear When artists create pictures and thinkers search for laws and formulate thoughts it is in order to salvage something from the great dance of death to make something last longer than we do Probably the most vivid contrast I ve read between on one hand the beauty of the skin visual art and sensual pleasures and on the other the splendors of the spirit stability science and logicHerman Hesse s brilliant philosophical novel 1930 involves two friends in medieval Germany Largely metaphorical this has the feel of a cautionary fairy tale with no true compass as to geography or time The story begins when Goldmund a student and Narcissus a teacher only a few years older become friends at a cloister school At first Goldmund earnestly focuses on his studies but then a few fellow students invite him to go off campus where he s seduced by a young Gypsy girl From that day forward his mind never wanders far from thoughts of women their sheer beauty and the pleasures of the senses He leaves and on his journeys he has numerous affairs with women of all ages statuses and sizes similar to Wilt Chamberlain in legion and legend All women find him irresistible Yes the novel is sexist Goldmund falls for the first young lady to say no loses her to the serpent of lust for her younger prettier sister and then travels far and wide He settles to become a sculptor for several years able to brilliantly capture the beauty he has seen He becomes restless continues his travels and runs into the unmitigated ugliness of the Black Death I ll add no so I don t spoil the story except to say that when both Goldmund and Narcissus now an abbot are much older they visit and converse at length with each other This is an excellent classic