El juego de los abalorios o El juego de abalorios (título completo: El juego de los abalorios. Ensayo de biografía de Josef Knecht, ‘magister ludi’, seguido de los. El Juego de Abalorios has ratings and reviews. Robin said: A tremendous disappointment, especially given the shimmering praise the book garn. Próxima al compendio de las concepciones de Hermann Hesse () sobre la condición humana y la creación literaria, ” El juego de.
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First of all, the book was too sophisticated for me.
L’ultima ci sono andata vicina. And then he gets old; along the way he meets some people and has some conversations.
I don’t even think Hesse knew what the Glass Bead Game was. We see his rise up the order. If there’s one thing about fiction I dislike it is not “getting” the point. I will say, however, that much of the book is beyond tedious to read and has a central concept that, to me at least, stretched credulity beyond breaking point.
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.
But Knecht just shrugs and goes about his business, and there will be no exposition upon either system. The basic premise is the author imagines a future intellectual game embracing the highest of human intellect, ideals and knowledge. In the end I only finished it out of sheer stubbornness.
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El Juego de los Abalorios by Hermann Hesse (Hardcover)
No other novel have I ever laid down without a backward glance within a few dozen pages of the end, certain at last that the great payoff for my eight hundred pages of patience was never going to A tremendous disappointment, especially given the shimmering praise the book garners on all sides. Books by Hermann Hesse. Not the nothing of the Buddhist, who longs for nothing and seeks it, but that of the Wizard of Oz—a nothing that noisily proclaims itself to be everything. I wish I had not.
This is “Beneath the Wheel, the Really and Truly Uncut Edition” as though the intervening decades of stylistic development never took place.
Rarely does something transpire that it’s not mentioned three or four times in consecutive paragraphs. There is absolutely no story dynamic. View all 3 comments. He goes to some meetings, meets people and studies. This has been quite the disappointment.
The main problem was that my expectations were quite high. There is lots to ponder here. 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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That’s creepy and I don’t support that message. What the fuck is the Glass Bead Game anyway? It is entertaining, 2. Only a rarefied kind of academic could hope to understand such abxlorios game, let alone play it competitively. I expected it to be better but as everyone knows we all have a preference and just because I didn’t like it doesn’t mean you won’t either.
I’m not sure why: A long book full of portentious self-promotion but with nothing to say. Avoid it at all costs. Introductions with spoilers belong on that long list of things you should never do in modern society.
If in fact Knecht ever does anything of greater historical importance than being generally agreeable and good at what he does, it is not told to us. Con buona pace di tutti i patiti degli oroscopi. I like Herman Hesse. No other novel have I ever laid down without a backward glance within a few dozen pages of the end, certain at last that the great payoff for my eight hundred pages of patience was never going to come.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Just to name a few problems with it. Mi sfinisce questo libro.
Gave up halfway through. 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.