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Peter Camenzind: A Novel de Hermann Hesse
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Peter Camenzind: A Novel (edició 2013)

de Hermann Hesse (Autor), Michael Roloff (Traductor)

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Peter Camenzind, a young man from a Swiss mountain village, leaves his home and eagerly takes to the road in search of new experience. Traveling through Italy and France, Camenzind is increasingly disillusioned by the suffering he discovers around him; after failed romances and a tragic friendship, his idealism fades into crushing hopelessness. He finds peace again only when he cares for Boppi, an invalid who renews Camenzind's love for humanity and inspires him once again to find joy in the smallest details of every life.… (més)
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Títol:Peter Camenzind: A Novel
Autors:Hermann Hesse (Autor)
Altres autors:Michael Roloff (Traductor)
Informació:Farrar, Straus and Giroux (2013), Edition: First, 201 pages
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A young Hermann Hesse is still better than most writers of philosophical novels, but Peter Camenzind, written when its author was in his mid-twenties, is not a patch on later Hesse. It is not bad, by any means, only limited; it has a simple structure and is easy to follow, with some very lucid introspective writing that is one of Hesse's hallmarks at any age.

However, that simplicity comes largely because the book doesn't go very deep into its ideas. The protagonist's disillusionment with city society, and desire to return to the mountains and be one with nature, might well strike a chord, but the message is delivered professionally rather than with piercing clarity. The concluding idea – analogous to T. S. Eliot's later lines about how "the end of all our exploring/Will be to arrive where we started/And know the place for the first time" – comes across, in Camenzind, as circular rather than revelatory. Plot and character development are spare (and not just by modern standards), and the book remains inessential among Hesse's works. ( )
  Mike_F | Mar 6, 2020 |
An ode to wine, free wandering and reflection; St. Francis as a child of nature & discoverer of eternally human language. Reading this in tandem with Gunnar Dekkar’s biography of Hesse, which deep dives into the experiences in Hesse’s life paralleled in the novel. The novel has little structure, like a travelogue. This could have easily been something written by any young nomadic boy-man. There are hints of mythic depth tucked and folded within each chapter, but the attempts at an overarching story stops short with each vignette.

This is my second time reading the book, perhaps twenty years apart. I remember very little of the characters and the plot, but the feeling of lone wolf wanderings and wonderings lingers in memories of natural excursions. A family participant now, engraved in the social life, I take the waters of Peter Camenzind into my palms and recall such days of movement, reflections of singular living amongst the social realm, images of hills and trees over any particular face, the ease of cool nature caressing the skin as Thou seeps through to thine groundwaters. ( )
  DouglasDuff | Jul 11, 2019 |
> Lorsque, en 1904, Hermann Hesse écrit ce premier roman, il n'a pas encore trente ans. Empreinte d'une profonde mélancolie, cette œuvre de jeunesse relate l'itinéraire d'un homme seul habité par le besoin de s'unir à l'Éternel et à l'Infini.
-- Ôde à l'Homme et à la nature, le livre nous permet de mieux comprendre les relations humaines en nous dévoilant d'une dextérité littéraire propre à l'auteur l'étendue de leur complexité. Le protagoniste est ici poète dans l'âme, un homme bon et simple, un artiste un vrai. En lisant ce livre, on en vient à mieux comprendre certains que l'on méprise, à aimer ce qui nous semblait laid, et à simplement vivre. --Charles-Etienne Daoust (ICI.Radio-Canada.ca)

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  Joop-le-philosophe | Dec 1, 2018 |
There is something rather hypnotically repetitive about Hesse, which is more noticeable the more you read. Many of his books follow a similar pattern, following a hero through a search for some kind of spiritual fulfilment, often via picaresque episodic journeys. This is another of these, perhaps not as interesting as some of his later works (I read the Glass Bead Game first, and none of the others match that depth of vision), but it is still a pleasant read. ( )
  bodachliath | May 4, 2016 |
Peter Camenzind grew up in a small mountain village in Switzerland in which most of the people in town are related to him in one way or another. In spite of his father’s attempts to turn him into a farmer, he is fascinated by nature and would rather spend his time climbing mountains, floating on the lake, and lying in meadows. When the priests at a nearby monastery suggest that Peter would be a good candidate for a classical education in Zurich, his father agrees to send him to school. Peter spends many years wandering around Europe on foot while supporting himself by writing book reviews. He meets many people who influence his life and falls in love several times. Essentially, the novel is about Peter’s attempts to find his place in the world among nature and human society.

I’m not a huge fan of Hesse and it’s been a while since I’ve read him, but I think I enjoyed this novel more than I have any of his other books. It started out strong for me and was very charming and simple. However, somewhere in the middle of the novel, I started to enjoy it less, and I don’t know why. I had a hard time remembering what had happened from chapter to chapter, so I guess Peter’s life story wasn’t very memorable. What I really enjoyed about the book was the idea of being able to spend your life walking around the Europe and just enjoying the beauty of nature. ( )
  AmandaL. | Jan 16, 2016 |
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Peter Camenzind, a young man from a Swiss mountain village, leaves his home and eagerly takes to the road in search of new experience. Traveling through Italy and France, Camenzind is increasingly disillusioned by the suffering he discovers around him; after failed romances and a tragic friendship, his idealism fades into crushing hopelessness. He finds peace again only when he cares for Boppi, an invalid who renews Camenzind's love for humanity and inspires him once again to find joy in the smallest details of every life.

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