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Holderlin, Kleist, and Nietzsche The Struggle With The Daemon Is A Brilliant Analysis Of The European Psyche By The Great Novelist And Biographer Stefan Zweig Zweig Studies Three Giants Of German Literature And Thought Friedrich Holderlin, Heinrich Von Kleist, And Friedrich Nietzsche Powerful Minds Whose Ideas Were At Odds With The Scientific Positivism Of Their Age Troubled Spirits Whose Intoxicating Passions Drove Them Mad But Inspired Them To Great Works.Born In Vienna In 1881, Stefan Zweig Travelled Widely, Living In Salzburg, Austria, Between The Wars He Enjoyed Worldwide Literary Fame, First As A Poet And Translator, Then As A Biographer.


10 thoughts on “Holderlin, Kleist, and Nietzsche

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    The take home message is read everything Zweig ever wrote Jeez Such flowing, insightful, lucid prose, like a faucet streaming graceful intelligence across and down the pages A good book for November s melancholic seasons of mist and mellow fruitfulness Holderlin the ethereal poet, Kleist the restless exaggerator, Nietzsche the inspired light Totally compelling across the board biographical essays on creative genius and madness Goethe comes up all the time as a sort of rational gubernatoria The take home message is read everyt...


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    Zweig n dili her ne kadar ak c olsa da, a r bir kitap oldu Fakat ok ey katt diyebilirim, biyografi t r nde olabilir ancak H lderline, Kleist, Nietzsche, hepsinin hayatlar i lerindeki eytanla m cade etmek ve bu u urda t kenmekle ge mi Bu sava biyografiden ok yk gibi zellikle Kleist dan ok etkilendim H lderline okurken bo uldum ve Nietzsche beni delirtti Zweig okumu olan bilir, kelimeler ne derece kifayetsiz kal yor biz yazmay deneyince En okta i imizdeki eytan susunca Zweig n dili her ne kadar ak c olsa da, a r bir kitap oldu Fakat ok ey katt diyebilirim, biyografi t r nde olabilir ancak H lderline, Kleist, Nietzsche, hepsini...


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    I have little enough time for writing this review So I won t But what I can tell you is that this book is a fine and perfect example of great writing Zweig is a master at teaching and expressing his thoughts clearly and he is so very interesting in his approach to this and any subject Though he was profiling three great artists of their own particular time in Holderlin, Kleist, and Nietzsche, Zweig was primarily instructing us on the daemon, which is a word I had heard prior to this readin I have little enough time for writing this review So I won t But what I can tell you is that this book is a fine and perfect example of great writing Zweig is a master at teaching and expressing his thoughts clearly and he is so very interesting in his approach to this and any subject Though he was profiling three great artists of their own particular time in Holderlin, Kleist, and Nietzsche, Zweig was primarily instructing us on the daemon, which is a word I had heard prior to this reading but nev...


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    There do exist such sort of books which you open to discover, but can t continue reading you close it because of its tough and severe topic, because of the durable agony of its characters However, on one sunny day you suddenly realize that it would be better for you to go on reading it till the end It whispers that there is something hiding behind that will definitely help you to encounter the troubles and can light up a little candle on your dark suspicions about the world injustice towards There do exist such sort of books which you open to discover, but can t continue reading you close it because of its tough and severe topic, because of the durable agony of its characters However, on one sunny day you suddenly realize that it would be better for you to go on reading it till the end It whispers that there is someth...


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    I m really bad at wrtinig rewievs, but for this book, I ll force myself to give it a try.Book is divided on three parts, each describing life and work of a great German writer, philosopher.I don t know what it is about the author s style, but for some reason, every sentence you read, feels like a quotation The translation is wonderful and inside of it you can feel the pride, beauty and gentlesness i don t really care if this is an english word or not of german language To me, th...


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    Okurken darland m ama ufkum a ld m a ld Zaten ac ekmeden gelen ilerleme olmaz, temel kural Nietzsche i in fikrim de i ti mi Sanmam, hala n tr durmaya devam ediyorum ama kitab n bana en b y k katk s Kleist oldu net olarak ntihar etmek i in yan na adam arayacak kadar hem korkak hem de bunu yapmak i in eline f rsat ge i...


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