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Hesse demonstrates the breadth of a good liberal arts education in his magnum opus.
"Know Yourself," "Make Love, Not War," and "If It Feels Good, Do It" sound like nothing so much as admonitions from Hermine and Pablo to live life in the moment.
Some of those people will read this book, 'Steppenwolf', & it will hit them like a bolt(& some wont like it at all).
Sometimes you read about a character you absolutely can't stand or relate to. But more on that later. Read morePublished 5 days ago by M. Reynard
A masterpiece. No other words for it. Up there with all the classics.Published 20 days ago by Tabitha
I am supposed to be fuller than the current state- an aimless mind, a disordered daily schedule and a set of disconnected thoughts. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emma Xiao
Good book long time since I read it.
Hesse can really dig into the human mind
I enjoyed the book
Great read like all of Hesse's works. If you enjoyed Sidhartha you'll be pleasantly surprised at how different yet similar this book is.Published 4 months ago by Sarah Schu
This book was a total waste of money. I would not recommend it to anyone. I got rid of it in the trash.Published 5 months ago by rose
There is a great deal of development as the story progresses. It is borderline surrealism but still holds a firm grip on reality. Overall a great bookPublished 5 months ago by M.Mans