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Siddhartha

A New Translation

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This book chronicles the spiritual evolution of a man living in India at the time of the Buddha-a tale that has inspired generations of readers. We are invited along Siddhartha's journey experiencing his highs, lows, loves, and disappointments along the way. Hesse begins by showing us the life of a privileged brahmin's son. Handsome, well-loved, and growing increasingly dissatisfied with the life expected of him, Siddhartha sets out on his journey, not realizing that he is fulfilling the prophesies proclaimed at his birth. Siddhartha blends in with the world, showing the reader the beauty and intricacies of the mind, nature, and his experiences on the path to enlightenment.

Sherab Chödzin Kohn's flowing, poetic translation conveys the philosophical and spiritual nuances of Hesse's text, paying special attention to the qualities of meditative experience. Also included is an extensive introduction by Paul W. Morris that discusses the impact Siddhartha has had on American culture.
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Hermann Hesse was born in 1877 in Calw, Germany. He was the son and grandson of Protestant missionaries and was educated in religious schools until the age of thirteen, when he dropped out of school. At age eighteen he moved to Basel, Switzerland, to work as a bookseller and lived in Switzerland for most of his life. His early novels include Peter Camenzind (1904), Beneath the Wheel (1906), Gertrud (1910), and Rosshalde (1914). During this period Hesse married and had three sons.

During World War I Hesse worked to supply German prisoners of war with reading materials and expressed his pacifist leanings in antiwar tracts and novels. Hesse's lifelong battles with depression drew him to study Freud during this period and, later, to undergo analysis with Jung. His first major literary success was the novel Demian (1919).

When Hesse's first marriage ended, he moved to Montagnola, Switzerland, where he created his best-known works: Siddhartha (1922), Steppenwolf (1927), Narcissus and Goldmund (1930), Journey to the East (1932), and The Glass Bead Game (1943). Hesse won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946. He died in 1962 at the age of eighty-five.
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 192
Erscheinungsdatum 01.01.2005
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-59030-227-9
Verlag Random House LCC US
Maße (L/B/H) 17.1/10.6/1.4 cm
Gewicht 90 g
Übersetzer Sherab Chödzin Kohn
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Very poorly published
von linuxexpert aus Darmstadt am 04.10.2011
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This book is a good translation of the original, which I have read many, many times. However, this book is very poorly published. There are several mistakes per page, among them many simple ones, such as duplicate words "the the" etc. Also, the cover does not make much sense. The book is in total 120 page and the covers account ... This book is a good translation of the original, which I have read many, many times. However, this book is very poorly published. There are several mistakes per page, among them many simple ones, such as duplicate words "the the" etc. Also, the cover does not make much sense. The book is in total 120 page and the covers account for at least half of the books width. All in all, I would not recommend this book, the publisher shall fix all the easy typing mistakes first, please!