Hermann Hesse

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Noun1.Hermann Hesse - Swiss writer (born in Germany) whose novels and poems express his interests in eastern spiritual values (1877-1962)
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A Bedrich Smetana B Hermann Hesse C Richard Wagner D Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
They're excitingly diverse with their sound and have drawn inspiration from literary and philosophical work, from Hermann Hesse's 'Demian' and James R Doty's 'The Magic Shop' to Murray Stein's 'Jung's Map Of The Soul'.
Bleeding on the Soundtrack is their second album following their 2017 debut Proud Distributor of the Peace and is an abstract biographical trilogy inspired by Hermann Hesse's book 'My Belief' which housed three separate essays on innocence, disillusionment and faith.
Kamala - A Ballad of Celestial Love, drawing inspiration from the heroine of Hermann Hesse's cult novel Siddhartha, traces the journey of a liberated and independent courtesan by that name.
While highlighting the role of literature in his speech he quoted Hermann Hesse: 'Of all the worlds invented by humankind, the world of books is the greatest.'
He recalled Allama Iqbal's admiration for German thinkers and writers such as Nietzsche and Goethe, ending his address by quoting Hermann Hesse: 'Of all the worlds invented by humankind, the world of books is the greatest.'
Other shows include A Hundred Words For Snow, which finds Rory helping her dad complete one last expedition; Toby Thompson's adaptation of Hermann Hesse's fairy tale Faldum, retitled I Wish I Was A Mountain; and free pop-up performances by local writers.
In his novel Siddhartha, Hermann Hesse comments on this when the main character, Siddhartha, loses his way in a life of gambling.
Quoting the German author Hermann Hesse, Merkel observed that, "there is magic in every beginning," but added a caveat: "The magic lasts only when there are results." Eighteen months later, the magic most certainly has not lasted.
By way of orientation, imagine that Hogwarts has opened a satellite campus inside Harry Haller's Magic Theater from Step-penwolf by Hermann Hesse, and assigned Kafka, Dostoevsky and Rod Serling to oversee the curriculum.