Narziss and Goldmund (Penguin Modern Classics)
Publish date: March 25th 1971
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Η λογοτεχνική απόδοση του νιτσεϊκού δίπολου, της τραγικής ανθρώπινης φύσης που ισορροπεί ανάμεσα στο Απολλώνιο (σύμφωνα με το οποίο το άτομο ενεργεί με βάση του τον ορθολογισμό) και το Διονυσιακό (σύμφωνα με το οποίο η δράση του ατόμου βασίζεται στα συναισθήματα και τα ένστικτα) πρότυπο.
This is the first Hesse book that I have read and I must thank my book club for selecting it for the June book. I have to say that I wasn't really sure what to expect – the only other German author that I had read that happened to be a contemporary of Hesse was Gunter Grass and his play The Plebians...
Shamefully, I only started reading this because I had a competition that took it as a subject. I was told I had to read this in order to compete. It was already on my reading list, I already loved Hesse, so I knew I was in for a treat. Surprise surprise, the competition had no connection to the book...
Can't quote accurately as I have only the audio version:He realised he had no taste for learning, the scholarly, he was only interested in the liturgyLip service/rote leading to mental consumerism rather than intellectual engagement.VERSUSYou will never be a scholar and your thoughts are childish; y...