ѕ€тница, 25 январ€ 2008 г. 17:13
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I've just finished reading a book by Hermann Hesse: Peter Camenzind. As usual with books by this author - I like it. Even if I've got not the required effect from this book which author wished to get.
The book is written on behalf of Peter Camenzind who, I couldn't conceal, arouse an antagonism in me with his selfish and cynical behaviour to his friends, beloveds and relatives despite the fact that he's probably too romantic and dreamy person. He wallowed in his illusions, romantic imaginations and sufferings which turned into self-importance, silly things with which the protagonist became left face to face and compelled to disentangle and he's doing it without any bothering but with contemplation and remembering of all successes, good facts and people in his life. While reading this book, protagonist's delusions becomes so obvious that involuntary notice your own delusions and vices. Very useful.