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    At the time of reading this was my favorite Hesse book and indeed it is probably his uintessential novel the one to recommend for anyone wanting to check him out I have given away copies of it for this purpose to several persons over the yearsContrary to the description in Wikipedia I read the novel from the perspective of Goldmund being lost and then found Seduced by the snares of the world he leaves the peace of the monastic life for a l

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    Narziß 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 Gol

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    Narcissus and Goldmund as I look back on it now in my old age far from my youthful love for it is one of Hesse’s near misses Close but no cigar as they used to say at the Fair This novel could have been perfect But no it misses the boat At least to someone older and wiserWhy? To find that out let’s go back to the medieval era in which this book is setThere once was an ‘almost Narcissus’ back then His name was Desiderius

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    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 pictu

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    Narcissus and Goldmund tells the narrative of two men although Goldmund gets a bigger chunk of the story each seeking a higher fulfillment in his own way The novel chronicles the life of an aimless wanderer breaking free and one strongly binded to faith living in the Mariabronn monastery The novel is both a journey and an awakening that takes the reader over the course of many decades Living in a hidden cloiste

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    I enjoyed Hermann Hesse's novel of two medieval German men The story centers on two friends Narcissus and Goldmund The two meet and become friends early in the cloister Narcissus matures and finds his path in the cloister takes his vows and devotes to a monastic life Goldmund earthly and taken hold of by the beauty of women leaves the cloister to undertake an endless search for worldly salvation Narcissus is th

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    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

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    This is not a review This is an expression of gratitude Enlightened does not begin to describe the feeling one gets when eyes see mind is set in motion and images are processed into thoughts that seed the way we look at everything We SEE everything in a new light at least for as long as we remember what is impo

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    This was truly a magical reading experience for me It came out of nowhere I'd never heard of this particular title before despite my bibliophil

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    When I was a child my parents used to punish me for my bad actions in their own way I often had the prohibition of reading for a week Of course I wasn't so nerd at that time and together with reading there could be no tv no bmx rides with friends no late night awake and all sorts of normal don'tsBut the worst one was definitely the no reading weekLater in my teenage years I remember how my mum was very glad abo

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Guldmund bliver ikke nogen from asketisk munk i klosteret Mariabronn som vennen Narcis Han flygter ud i verden en vandrer uden hje. At the time of reading this was my favorite Hesse book and indeed it is probably his uintessential novel the one to recommend for anyone wanting to check him out I have given away copies of it for this purpose to several persons over the yearsContrary to the description in Wikipedia I read the novel from the perspective of Goldmund being lost and then found Seduced by the snares of the world he leaves the peace of the monastic life for a life of trial and error ultimately as an old man returning to where he began Since in his case experience led to wisdom Goldmund represented to me the via positiva the path to enlightenment which leads through lovingly appropriated experience while Narcissus remaining behind in the monastery represented the via negativa the path to enlightenment obtained by critical thinking and contemplative withdrawal This the essential identity behind two ostensibly very different paths along life s way reminded me also of the two main schools of Buddhism the big and little boats Mahayana and Hinayana Buddhism One is also reminded of the same distinction when the lives of Christian saints as different at Francis of Assisi and Simeon of the Desert are sympathetically compared There is truth to itThis is not to say that the reference made by the Wikipedia writer to Nietzsche s Apollonian and Dionysian is incorrect Given the intellectual influences obtaining in Hesse s circles and the nature of his missionary family it is likely that both were considered My own reading was influenced by having studied mysticism by this time and not yet having read Nietzsche s The Birth of TragedyWhat I really like about Hermann Hesse here and elsewhere is that he really cared cared about people cared about culture and cared about the natural world Most everything he wrote from his novels and short stories to his political essays attempts to be constructive to share something of what he had learned of importance with others He wrote to the better side of our natures both emotional and intellectual I am so glad that young people are still reading him despite the many years which have passed since his last great work The Glass Bead Game in 1943

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Narziß und Goldmund

ærlighed Men døden eksisterer altid i hans nærhedEn ung mands forsøg på at realisere livet uden borgerlig binding Ole Hyltoft. This is not a review This is an expression of gratitude Enlightened does not begin to describe the feeling one gets when eyes see mind is set in motion and images are processed into thoughts that seed the way we look at everything We SEE everything in a new light at least for as long as we remember what is important what makes a difference The beginning of our true life I suppose all we can ask of our mind is for a few moments of enlightenment at a time And to remember Too much would be overkill too little starvation Let us be comforted with whatever ration of enlightenment we are allowed Let us not forget that we are allowed these moments we are not entitled them Herr Hesse with your beautiful words you allowed me to imagine enlightenment to see to take nothing for granted

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M og Narziß und Kindle mål beruset af friheden og eventyret Overalt hænger kvinderne ved ham og selv får han aldrig nok af k. I enjoyed Hermann Hesse s novel of two medieval German men The story centers on two friends Narcissus and Goldmund The two meet and become friends early in the cloister Narcissus matures and finds his path in the cloister takes his vows and devotes to a monastic life Goldmund earthly and taken hold of by the beauty of women leaves the cloister to undertake an endless search for worldly salvation Narcissus is the teacher the pious and the man of God Goldmund is the lover the artist and the creator of beautiful thingsThe author does a great job of showing living dichotomy between the two friendsI was very moved by the story of venturing out into the world discovering new people and places and only to discover yourself Only in doing so you always end up back where you started For me it was like when people say you always go back to the beginning in some fashion or another That was my interpretation of the story you always come full circle in lifeI truly enjoyed this story and would definitely recommend it Thanks