No Other Novel In The Canon Of Hesse S Fiction Matches The Immense Appeal Of Siddhartha For The Modern Reader Inspired By Hesse S Profound Regard For Indian Philosophy And Written In Prose Of Almost Biblical Simplicity, It Chronicles The Quest Of The Brahmin Siddhartha For The Conquest Of Suffering And Fear His Tortuous Road Leads Him Through The Temptations Of Luxury And Wealth The Delights Of Sensual Love, And The Sinister Threat Of Death Dealing Snakes, Towards The Fulfilment Of His Destiny As A Ferryman Guided By The All Knowing Voice Of The Running RiverThis New Expanded Edition Includes A Comprehensive And Illuminating Preface By Donald McCrory That Combines Hesse S Biography With The Writing And Meaning Of Siddhartha McCrory Also Provides A Select Bibliography, An Index Of People And Works Influential To Hesse And A Glossary Of Sanskrit, Hindu And Buddhistic Terms For Newcomers To The Novel.
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- 213 pages
- Hermann Hesse
- 04 October 2018 Hermann Hesse