By Hesse, Hermann
'Steppenwolf' is partially an autobiographical novel exploring the mid-life situation of Hermann Hesse. Readers may be conscious that German nationalists as much as this element had criticised Hesse for his pacifist writings and actions in the course of WWI. He like such a lot of of his new release had helplessly watched the socio-economic turmoil and transition of Germany throughout the Weimar Republic, even supposing he had some time past immigrated to Switzerland. He witnessed the deterioration of his first wife's psychological health and wellbeing, which consequently bring about their divorce. And he used to be troubled with gout and different actual diseases, a few of that are pointed out within the novel. With those tragic occasions weighing seriously on Hesse, he suffered a anxious holiday down, whereupon he underwent Jungian psychoanalysis and was once encouraged through it to place his bills to paper. Read more...
summary: 'Steppenwolf' is partially an autobiographical novel exploring the mid-life difficulty of Hermann Hesse. Readers may be conscious that German nationalists as much as this aspect had criticised Hesse for his pacifist writings and actions in the course of WWI. He like such a lot of of his iteration had helplessly watched the socio-economic turmoil and transition of Germany in the course of the Weimar Republic, even if he had in the past immigrated to Switzerland. He witnessed the deterioration of his first wife's psychological overall healthiness, which for that reason bring about their divorce. And he used to be bothered with gout and different actual illnesses, a few of that are pointed out within the novel. With those tragic occasions weighing seriously on Hesse, he suffered a apprehensive holiday down, whereupon he underwent Jungian psychoanalysis and used to be encouraged through it to place his money owed to paper
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Solitude is independence. It had been my wish and with the years I had attained it. It was cold. Oh, cold enough! But it was also still, wonderfully still and vast like the cold stillness of space in which the stars revolve. From a dance hall there met me as I passed by the strains of lively jazz music, hot and raw as the steam of raw flesh. I stopped a moment. This kind of music, much as I detested it, had always had a secret charm for me. It was repugnant to me, and yet ten times preferable to all the academic music of the day.
For a long while there lay about on the sofa where he often spent whole days all six volumes of a work with the title Sophia’s Journey from Memel to Saxony—a work of the latter part of the eighteenth century. A complete edition of Goethe and one of Jean Paul showed signs of wear, also Novalis, while Lessing, Jacobi and Lichtenberg were in the same condition. A few volumes of Dostoievski bristled with penciled slips. On the big table among the books and papers there was often a vase of flowers. There, too, a paint box, generally full of dust, reposed among flakes of cigar ash and (to leave nothing out) sundry bottles of wine.
In course of time I was more and more conscious, too, that this affliction was not due to any defects of nature, but rather to a profusion of gifts and powers which had not attained to harmony. I saw that Haller was a genius of suffering and that in the meaning of many sayings of Nietzsche he had created within himself with positive genius a boundless and frightful capacity for pain. I saw at the same time that the root of his pessimism was not world-contempt but self-contempt; for however mercilessly he might annihilate institutions and persons in his talk he never spared himself.
Der Steppenwolf : Erzählung by Hesse, Hermann