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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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The first section contains Knecht’s poetry from various periods of his life, followed by three short stories labeled “Three Lives”. Even as a work of intellect and philosophy mentioning Hagel etc there was not even one worthy quote to give you. En el centro de ellos, Joseph Knecht, representante de Ia orden laica de Castalia, ensena a los benedictinos el “juego de abalorios,” entablando relaciones con la orden religiosa dirigida por un historiador, que de ese modo lo introduce en el seno mismo de la ciencia historica.

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. The main problem was that my expectations were quite high. And in a fit of rebellious rage against people who think that spoilers in the introduction is a good idea, I didn’t go back to read it after I was done with the book.

Like some of Ayn Rand’s novels, t If there’s one thing about fiction I dislike it is not “getting” the point. It is entertaining, 2. The cream of the intellectual crop are sent here as kids, separated from the outside world and their I simply hated The Glass Bead Game, all fifteen million pages of it.

It’s like Eco uses the cabbalistic references in Foucaults Pendulum, or Huxley uses the Shakespeare quotations in brave new world. Return to Book Page. A character within the Glass Bead Game dismissing the Game itself as far lesser than some other symbol system?

Holt, Rinehart and Winston. You’re reading a biography, albeit a fictional one, and …more I would say if you’re waiting for a big event, or grand set piece, that doesn’t really happen. This is “Beneath the Wheel, the Really and Truly Uncut Edition” as though the intervening decades of stylistic development never took place. And there are no twists, no strong and powerful ideas that you could not find in most of classics and not only in classics.

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The most disturbing thing about this book is the desire for the main character to teach younger and younger boys, and in the end he is asked to teach a son o One of the worst books I have ever read. What the fuck is the Glass Bead Game anyway? If hsse want something to touch your soul read Siddhartha. There is a small minority, who can enjoy a book like this, and I don’t know wheter it’s good or bad to be one of them, but I’m definietly not, and as I see my future, I’ll never be.

But Hesse fooled himself, and in his excitement he determined to write a very long novel, and that was jufgo mistake from which there could be no recovery. The rules of the game are only alluded to—they are so sophisticated that they are not easy to imagine.

The whole philosophy behind the book rubbed me up the wrong way – basically it’s set in an alternative future where uermann the wars of the 20th century people turned their back on the worldly pursuit of scholarly fame and fortune to live entirely the hermmann of the mind in an isolated scholarly province in what seems to be Germany. I hoped actually juefo believed that the author would explain and show the brilliance of it, but the book is really just about the main character’s life.

Moreover, in the glass bead game the characters are extremely one dimensional, even Knecht, who supposed to be the hero. This world had wiped out all western religions except Catholicism, and somehow decided hetmann going to live a better [i. In his time, Hesse was a popular and influential author in the German-speaking world; worldwide fame only came later.

The main reason goes like this — the herjann premise may as well have The basic premise is the author imagines a future intellectual game embracing the highest abaloorios human intellect, ideals and knowledge.

Josef is just a receptacle for the intervention of the other characters. Where passion dominates, that does not signify the presence of greater desire and ambition, but rather the misdirection of ehsse qualities toward and isolated and false goal, with a consequent tension and sultriness in the atmosphere.

Quotes from El juego de los a But Hesse wanted it to crown a towering edifice, worthy of the sense of weight and magnitude that was, in fact, only the subject of the idea rather than its dimensions. I really struggled to finish this book.

Although educated within Castalia, Knecht’s path to “Magister Ludi” is atypical for the order, as he spends a significant portion of his time after graduation outside the boundaries of the province.

A long book full of portentious self-promotion but with nothing to say.

The Glass Bead Game – Wikipedia

After this final chapter, several of Knecht’s “posthumous” works are then presented. For the German electropop duo, see Glasperlenspiel duo. Apart from these issues, there are a lot of other problems that I don’t even want to list. When I discovered that the book does not include female characters of any substance, I did heese read beyond the one hundredth page.

El juego de los abalorios / The Glass Bead Game

Ziolkowski cites Thomas Mann ‘s recognition of the source of the book’s humor as “the parody of biography and the grave scholarly attitude. Missing are the vivid portrayals and homoerotic tensions that propelled his novels beyond Platonic dialogues and into personal journeys. Not Enabled Screen Hermwnn