Peter Camenzind



Peter Camenzind Peter Camenzind, A Young Man From A Swiss Mountain Village, Leaves His Home And Eagerly Takes To The Road In Search Of New Experience Traveling Through Italy And France, Camenzind Is Increasingly Disillusioned By The Suffering He Discovers Around Him After Failed Romances And A Tragic Friendship, His Idealism Fades Into Crushing Hopelessness He Finds Peace Again Only When He Cares For Boppi, An Invalid Who Renews Camenzind S Love For Humanity And Inspires Him Once Again To Find Joy In The Smallest Details Of Every Life

Hermann Hesse was a German Swiss poet, novelist, and painter In 1946, he received the Nobel Prize in Literature His best known works include Steppenwolf, Siddhartha, and The Glass Bead Game also known as Magister Ludi which explore an individual s search for spirituality outside society.In his time, Hesse was a popular and influential author in the German speaking world worldwide fame only ca Hermann Hesse was a German Swiss poet, novelist, and painter In 1946, he received the Nobel Prize in Literature His best known works include Steppenwolf, Siddhartha, and The Glass Bead Game also known as Magister Ludi which explore an individual s search for spirituality outside society.In his time, Hesse was a popular and influential author in the German speaking world worldwide fame only came later Hesse s first great novel, Peter Camenzind , was received enthusiastically by young Germans desiring a different andnatural way of life at the time of great economic and technological progress in the country Throughout Germany, many schools are named after him In 1964, the Calwer Hermann Hesse Preis was founded, which is awarded every two years, alternately to a German language literary journal or to the translator of Hesse s work to a foreign language There is also a Hermann Hesse prize associated with the city of Karlsruhe,Germany

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  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Peter Camenzind
  • Hermann Hesse
  • English
  • 05 November 2018
  • 0312422636

10 thoughts on “Peter Camenzind

  1. W.M. Driscoll says:

    Though one could start exploring the masterful works of the German Swiss poet, novelist, and painter Hermann Hesse with his latermature novels, from the spiritual crisis and discovery of Der Steppenwolf Steppenwolf , to the simple lyrical mysticism of Siddhartha or even my personal favorite the odd, futuristic and intellectual Das Glasperlenspiel which I read under the title Magister Ludi and The Glass Bead Game but is often called just one or the other , I would point a reader inter Though one could start exploring the masterful works of the German Swiss poet, novelist, and painter Hermann Hesse with his latermature novels, from the spiritual crisis and dis...

  2. Kevin says:

    You are a poet, not because you write stories, but because you understand and love nature It doesn t matter to most people that the wind sings in the trees or a mountain shimmers in the sunlight But you find life in all this, a life you can partake of A wonderful book.

  3. Moses says:

    Holy smokes Peter Camenzind is both you and I, my friend s The country boy moves to the city for school knowledge , and it disgusts him He does not fit, nor does he want to He does not want anything, except to not be where he was born.All that matters to this man is poetry, and climbing.To you it could be good weather, and a nice yard.To me it is drinking nice coffee, and walking anywhere.Sohe leaves home family and all , joins college, makes money by accident his room mate steals h Holy smokes Peter Camenzind is both you and I, my friend s The country boy moves to the city for school knowledge , and it disgusts him He does not fit, nor does he want to He does not want anything, except to not ...

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  5. James says:

    Peter Camenzind is usually classified as a novel of education or bildungsroman However I see two different fictional strands woven into this narrative the story of a spiritual journey and a picaresque nature Thus a simple and even mythic poetical story is filled with complexity that welcomes the reader willing and interested in exploring the meaning of Camenzind s education Beginning with the myths of his childhood and conti...

  6. Bogdan Raț says:

    This is Hesse s first novel and even though many would recommend it as a starting point in discovering his wonderful work, personally I would say to read this after some of his famous works and boy, he does have many masterpieces in his repertoire Siddhartha, Steppenwolf, Narcissus and Goldmund, and ofcourse The Glass Bead Game.It is his most autobiographical work, no do...

  7. Jerome Peterson says:

    Peter CamenzindBy Hermann HesseOctober 24, 2013 In the beginning was the myth is the opening sentence of Peter Camenzind, Hesse s first novel, originally published with great success in 1904.It tells the story of the adolescence and early manhood of a writer who leaves the Swiss mountain village where he was born and takes to the road in encounter the great world In Italy, the country of his idol, St Francis of Assisi, Camenzind feels at home for the first time He makes one great friend, who Peter CamenzindBy Hermann HesseOctober 24, 2013 In the beginning was the myth is the opening sentence of Peter Camenzind, Hesse s first novel, originally published with great success in 1904.It tells the story of the adolescence and early manhood of a writer who leaves the Swiss mountain village where he was born and takes to the road in encounter the great world In Italy, the country of his idol, St Francis of Assisi, Camenzind feels at home for the first time He makes one great friend, who is killed, falls in love first with Rosi, then Erminia, then Elizabeth, lives in dissipation in Paris, and turnsandto drink as an escape from the pain of living He finally finds peace of mind caring for a helpless cripple, Boppi At the end Camenzind has returned to the village where he was born In Peter Camenzind, Hesse s principal themes are man s rootednes...

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  9. Manel radhia says:

    breathtakingbeautiful..no amount of words can explain this greatness..the only regret i have is that i have n read to Hermann before..it s this kind of books that make u grateful

  10. Hany Adeeb says:

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