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Peter Camenzind

Peter Camenzind Iubesc aceast poveste emo ionant i alc tuit cu me te ug pentru omenescul ce r zbate din fiecare pagin a ei G sesc n ea sim minte pe care le am tr it eu nsumi n vremea copil riei i pe care le am pier

  • Title: Peter Camenzind
  • Author: Hermann Hesse Thomas Graftdijk
  • ISBN: 9789045008745
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
  • Iubesc aceast poveste, emo ionant i alc tuit cu me te ug, pentru omenescul ce r zbate din fiecare pagin a ei G sesc n ea sim minte pe care le am tr it eu nsumi n vremea copil riei i pe care le am pierdut i apoi mai s nt cele dou scene de dragoste ele au devenit de acum nt mpl ri din propria mea via Stefan Zweig

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    1. Though one could start exploring the masterful works of the German-Swiss poet, novelist, and painter Hermann Hesse with his later more mature 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 [...]

    2. "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. 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 his [...]

    4. هواجس الطفولة الأعمق و الأنقى , قلق الأنثى , سحر الطبيعة التي تتكلّم بلغة الله و تصبغ بنشيدها الإنسان , الخير الكامن في ثنايا العالم , و الإنسان القادر على التغيّر و التجاوز , و أفكار أخرى هي محاور هذا الكتاب الذي يعتبر أوّل رواية لهيرمان هيسه , هذه العناصر و غيرها بقيت مكرّسة في [...]

    5. 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 continuing for about two hundred pages over eight chapters Peter narrates [...]

    6. 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 doubt about it, and it's really great to experience his feelings, principles and beliefs so early on that can be found in his [...]

    7. 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 frien [...]

    8. ربما أعجبتني لأنها كما قالت سلمى كأنها تتحدث عنيأو أنها أنارت لي جوانب غامضةً، وجلتها بيسر.لكنني أحببتها أكثر، لأن هسه يكتب بطريقة لا تفسدها المباشرة، ويتأمل بحس شاعر أصيل النفس، يستكشف معنى الحب والحياة في نفسه عن طريق بطله.جعلني أستشعر الرواية ثانية، لا بحس الصراع الداخل [...]

    9. breathtakingautiful. amount of words can explain this greatness .e only regret i have is that i have'n read to Hermann before .'s this kind of books that make u grateful

    10. الكاتب الكبير و الرائع هرمان هسه اروع ما في الامر هو ان تتعرف على كاتب لم ينصحك احد بقراءة اعماله ، و هرمان هسه كاتب عظيم تحمل كتاباته عمق انساني و وجداني ، يتيح لك رؤية اجزاء واسعة من حياتك في الصور الجميلة التي يتحدث عنها و الكتاب بيتر كامينتسند كتاب رائع و يصف خلالها رحلة ا [...]

    11. ربما كان هنا شئ من الفساد… ربما، لذا وجب التنبيه لمن لم يقرأ الرواية.أنا ومراجعاتي. التي لا تحتمل وتفسد فكرتها، ويفسد معها كل شئ، كل شئ!! أكثر من الاحتمالات لأني أخشى أن أقع في التوكيد، لكن كل توكيد يبدو لي نهاية، وما أن تجد كهذا التوكيد فلن تكون الحياة أكثر متعة لي. إنني ببساط [...]

    12. After reading Siddartha, Demian, Steppenwolf, Narcissus and Goldmund and The Glass Bead Game, this book seemed like more of the same, at first.The impression was that I couldn't relate myself anymore to everything that is clear on Hesse's writings: adoration for women, outsider's feelings and a kind of disgust of mankind. Those were the main points that I was really connected with, but that I've been deconstructing through the last years. Then Hesse surprised me again.Camenzind's process of gett [...]

    13. تتأرجح هذه الرواية بالنسبة لي بين درجتان وثلاث درجات حتى نصفها تقريبا كنت قد قررت أن أعطيها 4 درجات ولكن وجدت أنها بدأ من المنتصف حتى النهاية تتدهور ويزداد بها الملل تدريجيا بشكل غريب !شعرت بأن هناك شئ ما غير منضبط في الترجمة لا أعلم! ولكن تملكني شعور ان الروح التي كتبت هذا ال [...]

    14. پیتر کامنزیند، برگردان: فرامرز جواهری نیا، 1363، جواهری نیا، 182 صپیتر کامنتسیند، ترجمه: عبدالحسین شریفیان، 1374، محل نشر: تهران، انتشارات: اساطیر، 194 ص / چاپ دوم 1380. سرنوشت پیتر کامنزیند

    15. I only gave this book three stars because I'm not sure how I feel about the protagonist, Peter Camenzind. Sometimes I liked him and sometimes I didn't. What I didn't like was Camenzind's air of superiority that I read in his tone of writing (Hesse wrote the book from Camenzind's point of view in the first person). Camenzind often came off that unless you appreciated or understood nature like he did/does then you didn't deserve to live amongst that nature. While I'm sure everyone appreciates natu [...]

    16. Shares the self-obsession that characterizes Hesse's later books, but lacks some of the even worse characteristics of same.Nutshell: bucolic twerp self-exiles from village, reads books, drinks heavily, becomes writer, obsesses over various persons, remains unsatisfied, &c. Begins weirdly with prosopopeia involving the mountain scenes of the narrator's village, which matures into mythic-seeming oromachia (2). The ecophile ideology persists throughout, but the mythic mode doesn't last.Narrator [...]

    17. I read several Hermann Hesse books when I was in high school and quite enjoyed them. Recently I found a little gem that I had never heard anything about before.  Peter Camenzind is a somewhat autobiographical novel of a young man from the Alps finding his way in the world.  As with his other works, Hesse's gift is not producing a unique story line, but rather presenting a common story line, uniquely.  His prose is almost poetic in its descriptions of the young man's village on the shores [...]

    18. أقول على لسان بيتر العذبآمل أن أقرب للناس في هذه الأيام حياة الطبيعة الصامتة وأحببهم فيها. كنت أريد أن أعلمهم أن ينصتوا إلى خفقة قلب الأرض, وأن يشتركوا في حياة الكل المتكامل وألا ينسوا في زحمة مصائرهم الخاصة الصغيرة, أننا لسنا آلهة, وأننا لم نخلق أنفسنا بأنفسنا, بل أننا أبناء [...]

    19. أشد ما أعجبني هو وصفُ الطبيعة وجمالها، التي أحياناً تكون صامتة هادئة، وأحياناً أخري في حركتها يكمن صخب الحياة ! الصديق العزيز بيتر، دائماً ما كنت أؤنب ضميري لأنني لا أستطيع القراءة أثناء المواصلات بسبب اجتذاب مظاهر الطبيعة والحياة لي ولكن منذ أن بدأت قراءة الرواية أرحت ضمير [...]

    20. A Hesse novel that has the sort of nature-worship and existential confusion you'd expect, but in a condensed and ancillary form compared to later novels. Hesse hasn't yet become obsessed with psychoanalysis and dualisms so those frameworks/themes are (arguably graciously) absent. The pace is sort of jagged,feeling like a short story collection with how suddenly the narrative focus can change. At times overly indulgent in its prose and at others too fast to take in sufficiently, you can really te [...]

    21. Peter Camenzind wird als Bauernsohn im fiktiven schweizer Bergdorf Nimikon ("Wolkenbild") geboren. Vernachlässigt von seinen Eltern wird zu seinem primären Bezugspunkt in der Welt die personifizierte Natur, die er den Menschen in einer großen Dichtung näherbringen will. Dieser künstlerische Kommunikationsversuch mit der Umwelt scheitert ebenso wie seine anderen Experimente der Integration in die menschliche Gesellschaft: Sein Lebensweg führt ihn in die großen Metropolen des frühen 20. Ja [...]

    22. I love Hermann Hesse. Peter Camenzind reminded me of a 1900's version of On the Road set in Switzerland. Prone to melancholy and drunkenness, Camenzind's wanderlust and love of nature might be better compared to Kerouac's Big Sur. Both books describe characters that you want to succeed, but end up drunk with their hearts broken. They also show an intelligence and self-awareness of the reasons of their failures. Which makes sense why Hermann Hesse and Jack Kerouac are two of my favorite authors.

    23. Hesse's first novel. A story about traveling and youth and romance and loss. Rather simple, but some budding fragments of what would make Hesse great can be seen here.

    24. بيتر كامنتسند يبحث طوال سيرته هذه عن نفسه ، في ان يكون كامنتسند آخر لا يشبه فلاحي بلده :أجمل مقاطع الرواية حين يكون مع الشاب المشلول ، ذلك الذي بدل أن يرعاه بيتر ،، قام المشلول برعاية قلب بيتر:

    25. In the beginning was the mythGod, in his search for self-expression, invested the souls with poetic shapesI saw each tree leading a life of its own, formed in its own particular shape, casting its own individual shadowMountains, lake, storms, and sun were my companions. They told me storiesThe souls of men are suspended faintheartedly and longingly and stubbornly between time and eternityI would drift through life like a cloudI expected a loud echo, but my voice died away in the peaceful heights [...]

    26. A simple beautiful book that I had great pleasure to read. This is the second Hesse book that I have finished. I feel it's not easy to describe why this book is special in meaningful words. It has very pleasurable nature writing and characters who travel and experience joy and sorrow. I feel that it covers a broad stroke of ideas but you only get the essentials of each. I'm not really sure how to feel about this book because of that. Structurally it kind of feels like an adventure story even tho [...]

    27. This book doesn't exactly grab you and hold you the way I normally like them to. But, there's something to be said for beautiful writing. Herman Hesse constantly amazes me with the way he puts his thoughts on paper, and the descriptions and feelings in this story are gorgeous. As a story it falls a little flat, but as a work of art it's spectacular. Wouldn't necessarily recommend, but certainly wouldn't say you should walk away before finishing.

    28. Appropriately enough I read this book during a short holiday in the mountains. In lack of the Swiss ones, I opted for the Italian Alps. Without having anything else to read in my backpack, I've had the opportunity of dedicating a second read to the book. An extremely rare habit of me.As a bad conoisseur of Herman Hesse literary production (no Siddharta, no Steppenwolf) my impression on Peter Camenzind has very much to do with pouring a half litre water in a one litre bottle: on the one hand, we [...]

    29. Ma critique de Peter Camenzind commence quand j'avais 13 ans. Peter a le foehn qui lui souffle dans les cheveux et comme la plupart des jeunes hommes de son époque (entre 1700 et 1918 selon mon estimation personnelle) il est souvent dépeigné, je pense à Werther et à Törless. La page couverture de l'édition que je possède montre un Peter séduisant qui ressemble à un vampire, je pense à Lestat, se tenant dans un champ fleuri ceint de montagnes, soit les Alpes, les Pyrénées, l'Oural, l [...]

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