In fondo al cuore knew (or believed to know) not really a man, but a Wolf came from the steppe
Happiness: until you run behind
you're not mature to be happy,
Although it is more expensive than your it says.
Until you weep your well lost,
and did you try, and restless I shake and pugnacious,
you do not know yet what is peace.
Only when you renounce to any thing,
no more try know no more brami,
Neither the most happiness to name call,
then the heart is no longer the feverish wave
time arrives, and soul your pose.
Fifteen collections of poems and thirty-two between novels and short story collections
Romantische Lieder,1898 ( Romantic songs)
Eine Stunde hinter Mitternacht , 1899 (An hour after midnight)
Hinterlassene Schriften und Gedichte von Hermann Lauscher, edited by H. Hesse 1902 ( Scritti e poesie di disturber. pubblicati da Hermann Hesse)
Poems 1902 (Poetry)
Peter Camenzind, 1904
Francis of Assisi,, 1904
Beneath the wheel, 1906 (Sotto la ruota)
This life,1907 (Da questa parte)
Detours, 1912 (Vie traverse)
From India. Anfzeichnungen from a trip to India, 1913 ( Note because un viaggio in India. Schizzi di viaggio, poetry, UN racconto)
Horse dump, 1914
Knulp. Three stories from the life Knulp 1915 (KnuKnulpre storie della vita di Knulp)
On the way, 1915 ( By via)
Music of lonely, 1915 ( Musica del solitario)
Le Marche, 1913-17 ( Favole)
Zarathustra return. A Word to the German youth by a German, 1919 ( Il ritorno di Z. Una parola Gioventù alla tedesca)
Klingsors of last summer, 1920 (Peregrinazioni)
View of the chaos,1920 ( Sguardo nel chaos)
Selected poems,1921 (Scelte poetry)
Spa psychologia Balnearia or glosses of Baden Kurgastes, 1924 ( UNA cura termale)
Steppenwolf, 1927 &NBSP;( Il lupo della steppa)
Crisis. A piece of diary, 1926 (Crisi. UN brano di diario)
The Nuremberg trip,
Narcissus and Goldmund ( Narciso e Boccadoro)
Navigation on the morning land, 1932 ( Pellegrinaggio in Oriente)
Of the tree of life, 1934 ( Dall'albero della vita)
Right guide, 1935 ( Il libro delle narrazioni)
Memory of Hans
New poems, ( Nuove poesie)
Commemorative sheets,1937 (Pagine commemorative)
The poems (Poetry)
The glass bead game. Try Josef Knecht and servant left Schrijten a biography of Magister Ludi. Edited by Hermann Hesse,1935-43 ( Il gioco delle perle di vetro.Tentativo di introduzione alla storia)
Dream Tracker,1945 (Viaggi di sogno)
War and peace. Reflections on war and politics since the year 1914
Late prose,1951 ( Tarda prosa)
Letters, 1957 ( Scritti)
Scale, 1961 ( Steps)
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Biography e Poetica
( curated by Barbara Spadini)
It is unlikely we can synthesize or express something new about this author, beloved around the world, read, studied, translated into all languages, critically fortunato.
Sure you can, Instead, see in Hesse a wide-ranging artist, that has managed to imbue in generations of readers the desire to open up to the inner self and begin to penetrate in it : all his lyrics and his novels are pervaded by deep enough to cause reflections in the "dover" per forza, If not for love; for logic, If not for emotion, explore your spirit, Recognizing fragments here, there and elsewhere between its pages and ,very often, suffering since Hesse – like few- is suggestive of ghosts, of fears, of sizes, of weaknesses, of love, solitude and courage.
Hermann Hesse shakes. The mind, the spirit and the soul. Read it in a time of crisis, does rise again. Be enjoyed in a serene moment, leads us to reflect on happiness and awareness that won't last more than a minute.
To editors, He is the first philosopher and life is the theme that repeats, in a thousand different shapes and all major, in its huge production in prose and poetry.
Man of nature "borderline", to use a term currently used in Psychology Today, captures in his work even the appearance of imbalance and instability that- Since small- was a peculiar characteristic : the long life, restless, made of choices , experiences and travels, as can be seen from biography to follow, denotes an original and unique path , welded from the dedication to its constant and tireless work of Visual Research and writing.
Many things could be said, considering the difficult historical period where Hermann Hesse is located and running through the two world wars and a difficult last postwar.
We know, the story teaches us, that so many authors- lived within the frame of the second world war- they immediately sometimes a critical review "by hand": Hesse , unpublished ma nemmeno censored during the time of national socialism, was this the antipathy of some critical current, elated though from another as a protector of German artists in exile and Jews linked to the world of culture.
On the one hand had no particular friction with national socialism, on the other he had instead "post-liberation", with those whose seemed suspect not censorship of his work.
Hermann Hesse actually expresses more than critical evaluations of one or the other school of thought, Since-should always be remembered – its preparation and sensitivity, expressed in verse and prose, surpasses even crosses every social engagement only, political or national, making his thoughts almost timeless, eternal, valid a priori, intended for inner reflection rather than to the world.
Reading literature through different filters from the simple desire to meet with harmony of the verses and thoughts well written, combining aesthetics and ethics in the beautiful and good that every book leaves as track individual experience of the reader, apparently whoever writes a forcing extreme and it was also to Hesse himself, supporter of the principle of "man as artwork", typical of Novalis, to quote another great German or of Hinduism, religion( o mindset, more appropriately)He had always belonged, or effect of the encounter with psychoanalysis, tested on their skin, to rebuild "new man", Observer of himself:"for Hesse's art, the fulfillment of inner satisfaction, meant to connect with a profound meaning and essential associated with the term "home". This House, however, was not the House of his parents. It was quite a throwback to something intangible, tied to an intuition, but only for each individual. It was a return and a round at the same time and could only be reached through art, or through the arduous training oneself ".
It is out of question that Hesse has never ( voluntarily ever) mixed art and politics: the artist, the writer, It is not the one who can influence, change or save the world and society, but one who – through his work- reflects on itself and on the perception of the outside world due to make (knowingly)experience, from the standpoint of spiritual formation, composition,transformation of one's own being Person.
For this reason, Existentialist philosophy, Psychology, religiosity , Eastern spirituality, art, music , image merged with the word, Hesse's writings are a formidable synthesis .
Writer, poet and painter: do not forget this "triplicity", linked to congenital predisposition to real travel and Interior, makes Hermann Hesse's multifaceted personality, cosmopolitan, culturally diverse.
Hermann Hesse was born on 2 luglio 1877 in Calw on Nagold, in Baden- Württemberg ( Black Forest).
The father, Johannes Hesse, Russian d?Baltic origin had married Marie Gundert, widow Isenberg.
Pietist family of faith, committed to the missions in India, forward it to Hermann deep culture and multiplicity of values , However, United a certain coldness towards genetic sense nationalistic and towards the concept of Homeland: Moreover, his maternal grandmother was French, Russian father, While Grandpa Gundert, was renowned Orientalist and scholar of languages and dialects of India. His mother instead, He was an Assistant to Gundert , that-among other things- He founded the Publishing House Calw, one of the most important publishing houses in Europe pietiste.
To fully understand the family type by which Hermann Hesse grows and matures, It is reported this note:"The mother, Marie Gundert Hesse, widow Isenberg, She was born in 1842 at Talatscheri (Earlier India). She spent her childhood in India. He attended the women's Institute in Korntal, where his literary interests were not seconded, so much so that later, Despite his styling skills and his rich imagination, they found expression only in Christian-inspired lyrics on the model of liturgical chants, transcribed on travelogues or contained in letters to friends and people close.
Edited for German readers in English biography of c. e.. Dawson (1881), as well as David Livingstone. The friend of Africa (Second Edition 1899). After a year working as a woman of service in Corcelles, where he learned also French (He knew five languages), the tiny Mary Gundert returns to India and experiences, Thanks to the confidence with the missionary Hebich, a radical change in their lives: Decides to “focus, henceforth, the realization of the Kingdom of God on Earth”. This choice is also linked the marriage. In 1865 married missionary Charles Isenberg (1840-70), a native of London, with whom he worked at the Heiderebad mission. Must return suddenly in Europe, where Isenberg dies. From this marriage the two half-brothers by Hermann Hesse: Theodor Karl Isenberg.
Four years after the death of her first husband, Marie Gundert married Johannes Hesse, the father of Hermann. He had known in his family home in Calw, birthplace of Hermann Hesse, the second son of this marriage. Johannes Hesse, an individual scholar spiritually rich personality, ascetic-looking and the corresponding lifestyle, He was born in 1847 in Weissenstein (Estonia), fifth son of doctor Carl Hermann Hesse and Jenny Lass. In 1865 Johannes Hesse had forwarded question for inclusion in Basel missionary institution, Since aspired to a “corporate community” in which “You stemperasse that awareness of the self”, that son tried constantly to pursue instead. After receiving orders to Heilbronn, Johannes Hesse went in 1869 in India, became a language teacher at the seminary in Mangalore and is applied to the study of category: Kannada language. For health reasons he was forced to return to Europe and the 1873, as adjutant of his father-in-law, is responsible within the publishing house for the conduct of missionary magazine. By 1881 al 1886 undertake the task of evangelization history teacher at a missionary school in Basel, dove il giovane Hermann insieme al fratello e a due sorelle (two babies had died immediately after birth) He spent his childhood. The family then returned to Calw. Here the faaler carries out its complex missionary activity and journalism and directs, from 1893 al 1905, as successor to Hermann Gundert, the publishing house. He died in 1916 in Korntal, his wife in 1902 in Calw.
His son Hermann bears the names of both grandparents. Despite not having personally known the paternal grandfather (1802-96) He sought however to awaken the blood ties with Eastern Europe (the Estonia belonged from 1721 to Russia) through an interest cultivated throughout his life to politics and literature of that country. Carl Hermann Hesse,Grandpa pterno, as a doctor of the Russian State, for its part remained indifferent to the materialistic-positivistic thinking dominant at that time. Organized regularly at home with biblical readings, in 1833 He founded an orphanage and became their business faithfully until his death, revealing an ethics today hardly noticeable among physicians.
With Hermann Gundert, his maternal grandfather (1814-93), the young Hesse had probably Calw frequent contacts. He was born in Stuttgart and attended the Seminary of Maulbronn. Equipped with a versatile talent he wrote dramas (including Peter the great) and poems, He studied theology in Tübingen as a follower of David Friedrich Strauss received his Bachelor's degree in philosophy. Later departed radically from the master, whose fundamental work, Life of Jesus, critically considered, had appeared in 1835, and opposed by many publications and articles in his magazine “The Christian missionary” Rationalist tendencies of contemporary theology. However, regardless of his nephew poet, He made a name for himself with missionary work in India, and as a linguist, Sanskrit scholar, the indologist, lexicographer and translator. He knew the German, English, French and Italian and preached fluently in hindustàni, Malaysian and bengàli. Likewise knew kannada, telugu and tàmil and had knowledge about a dozen languages and dialects. “He not only spoke Sanskrit with Indian Brahmins” Hesse writes in 1960 his cousin Wilhelm Gundert, renowned scholar of Japanese language, “but he also has an intimate and loving confidence with the diverse world of languages indogermanithat, that turned out to not only in grammar and vocabulary but also in its skin, in its attractiveness, in his musicality” (B IV, p. 384). Among the major works of Hermann Gundert include grammar Malaysian and Indian dictionary-English-Malay, that appeared after twenty-five years of work in 1872 and which remained a fundamental work until today. While in India, and especially in Kerala, long was known for his talent, in Germany only today you buy consciousness of the importance of this linguist, regardless of its bond of kinship with Hermann Hesse. Thanks to a patient work the indologist and theologian Albrecht Frenz has edited using the example scripts after-effects of Hermann Gundert: the diary of Malabar 1837-59, written and reports from Malabar and the diary of Calw 1859-93, by publishing them in the 1983 and the 1986 at the Publisher Stuttgart Steinkopf.
These writings offer, the experts as to the uninitiated, an overview on life and on the working methods of this personality of the nineteenth century, that crossed boundaries of Nations and religions. Hermann Gundert, Despite his strict devotion and his sense of obedience and authority, was sensitive man and the spirit, provisions that he accompanied to an ingenious vivaciousness and youth to a playful imagination, a profound love of music and creative humor – features, These, inherited in slightly different form also by Hermann Hesse. Julie Dubois Gundert (1809-85), her maternal grandmother, was born into a family of wine growers near Neuchâtel. With her family came into a French-Swiss, in Hesse manifested in his attraction towards Western Europe and interest in French language and literature, that is reflected in his friendly correspondence with André Gide and Romain Rolland. Julie Gundert was a strict Calvinist, She also engaged in India as missionary, where periodically dealt the”Women's Institute” founded by husband. Existential Foundation for parents and, before them, for grandparents of Hesse was, then, Protestant Christianity Pietist array. The education of children in accordance with those principles was, especially then, a daunting task but totally legitimate ".
By 1881 al 1886 the Hesse family moved to Basel, where Hermann started his attendance at an establishment for the sons of missionaries. During this period you receive him much aptitude for study and ready intelligence as the vibrant temperament, that will endure the pain discipline, the rules, the severity of educators. For this the mother will be very worried, so much to say in a letter addressed to her husband and who suffers greatly from his fervent Pietist footprint:" Pray along with me for the little Hermann [...] The child has a vitality and a willpower so decided and [...] an intelligence that are surprising for his four years. What will become of him? [...] God must use this sense proud, then it will something noble and fruitful, but I shudder just thinking about what a false and weak education could do little Hermann”( Letter of 1881).
For this reason the father, trying to counter the rebel and restless nature baby, Decides to entrust it to school all week, so that Hermann would remain in the family only on Sundays.
Returned to his native Calw with its family in 1886, He writes his first fairy tale- Die beiden Bruder- which will be published in 1951.
Here completed his studies of high school while unwillingly, getting still good results both in Greek and Latin and showing an uncommon arrangement for music. He writes poems and expresses a particular talent for drawing.
He attended private lessons in violin, personalized lessons of Latin and Greek from father and in 1890 prepares in a private school in Göppingen ,in Swabia, in order to access- through regional admission exams (Landexamen) at the Protestant Seminary of Maulbronn.
In March 1892 Hermann flees from the seminar. As A result of the escape, culminating with his discovery the next day, undergoes eight days of isolation, is suspended and expelled from the seminary for bad example to teammates.
His father send then, to heal the nerves, or to "break free from demons" to the Protestant pastor and Exorcist Christoph Blumhardt. In June Hermann buys a gun and attempts to commit suicide,failed only because the weapon malfunctions, getting with this gesture of extreme rebellion attention not familiar that hoped to their true aspirations , but the shelter in the nursing home for mental illness and epilepsy in Stetten, where he spent almost a year in psychological terms extreme . This test will take him to the conflict with the father and the abandonment of family religiosity, too rigid and severe,constrictive unsuitable to their personalities and autonomous, free, Maverick.
The 14 settembre 1892 a 15-year-old Hesse, far from being tamed by the educational systems of the father, He directs the following letter: “Dear Sir! Since She appears strangely so ready to sacrifice, I may perhaps ask seven marks or a revolver. After she has caused me to despair, will definitely be ready to release me from this and her by myself. Actually I should drop dead already in June”.
After wandering from a nursing home to another, bent but not broken, unappreciated in its limit ( or his greatness), that is not to standardise at no cost, tries to convince the family to rehabilitation through the proposal to terminate his studies in Basel, Guest Pastor Pfisterer: obtained confidence, He enrolled here at the Lycée Cannstatter, but it will complete the studies.
After an apprenticeship to bookseller to Esslin of just four days, is found by her father in Stuttgart and again care, This time by Dr. Zeller in Winnenthal.
He spent a few months Here devoting himself to gardening, until it gets permission to return to family. Is then sent to the 1894 by his father at the factory, an apprentice watchmaker( steeple clocks) the Heinrich Perrot of Calw.
In this period of hard work, Hermann began his own research in the field of literary study, using the vast library of Grandpa Gundert, encompassing all knowledge about poetry and philosophy of the eighteenth century . Read Novalis, Schiller, Goethe, but it enthrals to contemporary literature (Turgenev, Hamsun, Ibsen ,Dostoevsky) and Eastern literature, increasingly gaining its literary personalities .
In Tübingen, where it will remain for three years, works as an apprentice bookseller from Heckenbauer law, studies and composes poems.
In 1899 publishes Romantische Lieder (Romantic songs), at Dresden's Pierson. In July, public in Leipzig Eine Stunde hinter instead Mitternacht (A?now after midnight), collection of in?Winter 1898-1899 in Tübingen.
This book gets reviewed favorably by Rilke , What do tell: "Words are like metal and you read slow and heavy".
Between the 1899 and the 1903 lives in Basel, Working and Reich library?antiquarian Wattenwyl.
In 1901 makes his first trip to Italy, visiting Genoa, Florence, Pisa and Venice.
In 1902 Hinterlassene Schriften und Gedichte public von Hermann Lauscher, edited by H. Hesse (Writings and poems of Hermann Lauscher, posted by H. HeHessefor editions of Reich Basel, followed by Gedichte (Poetry, and. Grote, Berlin), dedicated to mother, who dies shortly before the publication of the book.
In 1903 visit Italy again along with Maria "Mia" Bernoulli, Swiss pianist and photographer, great-grandson of famous scientists , his girlfriend.
In 1904 publish Peter Camenzind at l?published by Fischer in Berlin and biographical studies Boccaccio and Franz von Assisi (and. Schuster and Löffler, Berlin and Leipzig).
the novel Peter Camenzind is his first real success: This allows him to leave work and take the sole activity of writer.
Bride Maria,they have three children : Bruno (born in 1905), Heiner (1909) and Martin (1911).
Hesse moved, together with his wife , in a simple rural house for rent in Gaienhofen on?Untersee, in Baden(on Lake Constance, in the border area Swiss-German). During this period, Hesse collaborates in the liberal magazine März with Ludwig Thoma and Kurt Arom (1907-1912) and befriends Othmar Schoeck, that musicherà some of his poems. Contributes to various magazines, including Die Propyläen, Die Rheinlande, Simplicissimus, sharing cultural interests with his wife, intellectual and artistic.
In 1906 publishes Unterm Rad (Sotto la ruota), inspired by autobiographical vicissitudes of Maulbronn, because of strict upbringing and bitterness at school; in the following years they i racconti Diesseits (Da questa parte) nel 1907, Nachbarn (Neighbors) nel 1908, Umwege (Vie traverse) nel 1912; the novel Gertrud is of 1910 .
In 1911 Hesse embarks on a long journey with painter Hans Sturzenegger : reaches Singapore and Sumatra and falls at the end of?year,After a severe form of bowel disease, that doesn't allow him to prolong the trip up in India. This trip,though, brings them back to childhood, family interests and allows, Maybe, give peace- through a spiritual response sought in the original form and in places- the tormenting burden of remembrance .
Ending so upon his return to life in the country, they believed his wife that Hermann, in 1912 He moved to Switzerland, in the area of Bern.
Of 1913 are the Aus Indien. Anfzeichnungen from a trip to India (Note because un viaggio in India, travel sketches, poetry, UN racconto; and. Fischer, Berlin).
In 1914, While it was the first war, public Rosshalde, story of the failed marriage (d)?an artista (and. Fischer, Berlin).
During this period seriously ill son Martin, then admitted to a nursing home.
The 3 November 1914, in a written message sule pages of Neue Zürcher Zeitung, launches an appeal to humanity and non-violence , arousing so stir nationalist environments, in the odor of betrayal.
Disproving this suspect , declared unfit for military service, where is presented by volunteer, for the duration of the war he served in the Deutsche Gefangenenfürsorge, for assistance to German prisoners of war; publish in 1916 the newspaper of interned Germans, Deutsche Internierten Zeitung and he founded a publishing house, the Verlag der Bücherzentrale für deutsche Kriegsgefangene, We will publish 22 volumes between 1918 and the 1919.
In 1915 with the release of Knulp. Three stories from the life Knulp (Three stories from the life of Knulp, novel published by Fischer, Berlin), work from the long Genesis and many sketches, It denotes a "dividing line" artistic, a change that will gradually to a type of storytelling and poetry more existential and philosophical, less conditioned by only aesthetic side .
From this period are also: On the way (By via, four stories, published at Reuss and Itta in Konstanz) and Musik des Einsamen (Musica del solitario, New poems, published in the series Taschenbücher Salzer, at l?Publisher Salzer of Heilbronn).
In 1916 the father dies while My wife , that had already given signs of imbalance, is hospitalized in a clinic for mental illness.
He won several literary awards and became friends with famous writers, musicians and artists, suffering in the emotional life: the wife, nine years older ,It was self-sufficient and independent woman by him, doing in Hesse a situation of loneliness and insecurity,he tries to compensate with vegetarianism, painting, Theosophy and Indian religions.
In 1917 for a nervous breakdown you recover to Sonnmatt, in a private nursing home near Lucerne, where is subjected to electroshock therapy.
Hesse, especially prone to nervous collapse and depression, enters into therapy psychoanalyst Dr. J.B. Lang, a student of Jung, that saves him from a serious crisis and puts to build a stronger personality and conscious. This contact and personal experience with the meeting with psychotherapy and psychoanalysis have important echoes in his prose works, in Demian ( 1916 – 1917) and also in the steppe Wolf.
In Demian is known also for the first time also held pacifist, conviction that Hesse will maintain loyal throughout his literary output to come.
The 1919 marks the expulsion and separation from Mary and transfer in Ticino, in Montagnola, that will become the home of Hesse until his death.
during this period, the economic conditions of the writer are very unstable, then lives with the help of some friends, including Camuzzi who host.
Publishes Märchen (Favole; written between the 1913 and the 1917, and. Fischer, Berlin) and Demian, under the pseudonym Emil Sinclair (Isaac von Sinclair, friend of Hölderlin); Returns the Fountains for writers award, assigned to the novel.
Also exits , anonymous, Zarathustras Wiederkehr. A Word to the German youth by a German (The return of Zarathustra. Una parola Gioventù alla tedesca, and. Stämpfli, Bern; released under his own name in 1920 at Fischer) and starts to take care of publishing a monthly literary and political character, “Vivos voco”.
In 1920 are published : Klingsors of last summer; Wanderung (Pilgrimage, 13 prose sketches and 10 poetry) and Blick ins Chaos (Sguardo nel chaos, and. Seldwyla, Bern: includes essays on Dostoevsky's the Brothers Karamazov or decline d?Europe and Thoughts on?Dostoevsky's idiot). Vivos voco publishes two reviews on Freud, one on the Bhagavadgita and also on book of count Keyserling "Reisetagebuch eines Philosophen" (Travelogue of a philosopher). During these years, he presented several times of exhibitions of his paintings.
Published in 1921 Ausgewählte Gedichte (Scelte poetry). In February, may and July, While you are writing the Siddhartha, shall submit to psychoanalysis sessions with various Jung in Küsnacht, trying to solve the human psychic discomfort and restore the writer, struggling just with the composition of the mirror of self : Siddharta, Summary of experience in India, It is published at year-end.
In 1924 Gets the Swiss citizenship who had lost to support regional examination in Württemberg and the divorce from wife Mia Bernoulli.
The following year married the singer Ruth Wenger Basel, with whom does in December on a trip to Germany, where he teaches several public readings of his works.
Unfortunately in 1925 's wife?sick with tuberculosis. In November the writer accomplishes an extra trip to Germany where, in Munich, meet Thomas Mann.
Public Kurgast (UNA cura termale), already appeared in 1924 (Psychologia Balnearia Glossen oder eines Badener Kurgastes-seaside Psychology or Apostille of a visitor of the climatic health resort of Baden), taking a cue from a biographical event, Since Hesse, haunted by rheumatic pains, will travel each year in Baden (Zurich),from 1923 al 1952, every year to heal.
If psychoanalysis years earlier had supported the inspiration for Siddharta,in 1926 is the magic flute and the Mozart's Don Giovanni, to which representations assists several times, to enable it to complete in six weeks Steppenwolf (Il lupo della steppa), written convulsamente, as already months before Krisis. A piece of diary (Crisi. UN brano di diario).
In a few months fails the second marriage: It ends with a request for divorce by Ruth, who gets in a short time:"The emotional crisis that swept Hesse was reflected in the novel Il lupo della steppa of 1927. As the protagonist, Hesse after being struck by a psychological crisis, accompanied by an oppressive thoughts of death, took a conscious decision to overcome his depression and his introvert nature beginning to frequent taverns, the ballrooms and the most famous sites in Zurich and Bern, where did not have so far never spent a lot of time. In this period he met Ninon Dolbin Aüslander, an art historian, He began to live with him from 1928. Ninon Hesse greatly influenced with his temperament ".
The 1930 see the publication of narcissus and goldmund : Hesse refuses to delete from the book describing a pogrom, as a result the book won't see a republication, also why not well received by an audience to a strong sense of belonging, even heroic, to the homeland.
"Under the Nazi regime, his writings were atypical estimators: the German Minister of propaganda Joseph Goebbels initially defended his works. However, When he advanced to not censor parts of the book Narciso e Boccadoro When it came to pogroms, Hesse found himself in Nazi proscription lists. During the second world war hosted at his home in Montagnola intellectuals forced emigration(…) . He was adamant that he could not in any way change the company, and that politics could spoil the artist's perspective, perhaps even destroying it. The role of the artist was to remain devoted to his art and not to be influenced by ideologies nor right nor left ".
Diesseits published (Da questa parte), they appear again the stories, reworked, This life, Nachbarn und Schön ist die Jugend (Bella is la giovinezza).
In 1931 Hesse marries for the third time, with the archaeologist and art historian Ninon Dolbin.
After leaving the family Camuzzi , He moved into a new house owned by his friend Hans Bodmer in Montagnola, at Lugano. Also chooses to leave from the Prussian Academy of Arts, which was written by 1926 and republish the Weg nach Innen collection (The inner street): Siddharta, Infant soul, Klein and Wagner and L?Klingsor's last summer.
"It was after his retreat to the hillock that Hesse began to feel distant enough to affect political and social issues. Was never inclined to align themselves with a particular ideology; It was still a seeker: an artist looking for himself.
Hesse was definitively detached from his bourgeois education, because he had been strongly influenced by Nietzsche, by the German Romantics and Eastern religions. Tried this time to combine these strands of thought in his Existentialist philosophy, dealing with to find the way to the House and find the divine in the essential nature of every individual ".
During the twelve years that followed, Hesse leads life retreat, together with his wife, perfect woman a restless man, Mistress of the House, available for maximum understanding and care for her husband,Despite being independent, cultured and province: "In the morning and the afternoon dedicated to painting, to gardening and correspondence, While in the evening he was reading and writing. Over the years, Hesse had become a respected painter of watercolors and had also painted some of his books. He continued to develop his talent as a painter between the years ' 30 and ' 40 ".
In 1932 publishes Die Morgenlandfahrt ( Pellegrinaggio in Oriente), with cover illustrated by Alfred Kubin and began working at Glasperleaspiel (The glass bead game), that ends in 1943.
In 1934 publish at the Insel publishing house the collection of poems Vom Baum des Lebens (By?tree of life), dedicated to his wife Ninon .
Become a member of “Schweizerischer Schriftstelletverein” (Swiss Union of writers),receives a visit from Martin Buber; in October meet in Baden Thomas Mann; in December publishes on the Neue Rundschau l?Introduction to the novel: Das Glasperlenspiel, Versuch einer allgemeinverständlichen Einführung in seime Geschichte von Hermann Hesse The glass bead gameo, attempting an introduction to its history. Essay to everyone). The following year, leaving Fabulierbuch (Book of narrations), composed of several tales written thirty years before and who had wanted Hesse material for a book of legends.
The writer receives in 1936 Gottfried Keller Prize Martin Bodmer Foundation in Zurich.
In 1937 the Neue Gedichte (Nuove poesie ) and Gedenkblätter (Pagine commemorative), published in first edition in Germany during the national socialism.
In 1943 He released his last great masterpiece The glass bead game and in 1946 He was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature: "Although it received the Goethe Prize in 1946, followed by Nobel Laureate, always in 1946, He became so depressed that he retired again in a nursing home. Only in March 1947 He felt healthy enough to return in Montagnola, where he spent his last fifteen years of his life, followed by his artistic research and care for his frail health. Although many writers, politicians and friends invited him to have an active role in politics in the name of peace, Hesse continued to refuse to engage in any of the two political parties, in some countries and in some of the ideologies. In reviews, in essays and letters he wrote about the danger of American capitalism in Europe, he termed the Americanization of Europe, and the totalitarianism of the Soviet Union. It was clear that his non-involvement had to do with the "politics" of non-violence. Hesse refused to compromise his integrity or to support the causes that could be manipulated by a nefarious end. For him it was before humanity, not a political party or much less a political movement and believed that peace could only be achieved if it had been given freedom to people, with which they made their humanitarian impulses ".
Nel 1945 exit Traumfährte (Viaggi di sogno, new stories and Fables), dedicated to Ernst Morgenthaler, posted by Fretz & Wasmuth.Inl 1947 Gets an honorary degree in?University of Bern.
Between the 1946 and the 1962 Hesse only publishes poems and stories, entertaining though an increasingly wide activities of correspondence. Archive of Hesse in Offenbach contains 35.000 letters written to Hesse which are complementary ben its 17,000 answers.
In 1951 leaving Späte Prose (Tarda prosa, Tales from 1944 al 1950) e Briefe (Letters),a choice of 200 lettere dal 1927 al 1950.
In 1952 on the occasion of the 75th birthday of Hesse, are published Gesammelte Dichtungen (Works, in six volumes).
In 1956 is founded on Hermann Hesse Prize.
Of 1957 are the Gesammelte Schriften (Scritti) seven volumes and 1961 Scale (Steps) selection of poems, some unpublished.
"For as he expanded the cold war in the years ' 50, Hesse retired from the public scene and kept their opinions to themselves. Except for writing short stories, He spent his days painting, writing letters and fighting various diseases. Continuously suffered from periodic bouts of depression and physical exhaustion. After the 1950, his sight began to weaken and 1955 bad heart condition prevented him from leaving Montagnola. It was during this period that the doctors discovered that he was sick of leukemia, whose symptoms intensified towards the end of 1961. Thanks to blood transfusions could however still living until 8 August 1962. A Hillock is the “Hermann Hesse Museum” dedicated to him ".
"The fact that Hesse has managed, Despite repeated struggles and conflicts with family decisions, to satisfy their desire, cannot be explained only with perseverance and the strong awareness of their mission. Already thirteen “one thing was clear”: become “a poet or nothing”. His disobedience towards the family tradition appears rather deeply linked to the subsequent break with its own norms of a century that is coming to its end, a jump to the new. In the words of Arthur Rimbaud, According to which the poet “gives voice to the unknown”, to the extent that “It gives signs of oneself in the spirit of their time”, may well express what was Hermann Hesse, the man and the poet, which however stands by his contemporaries than him more radical and more conservative ".
"Hesse belongs to the generation of Thomas Mann, Rilke and Hofmannsthal. At his birth, are interwoven within the European and German literary history different literary currents. With the death of Eduard Mörike (1875) ended the era tardoromantica, particularly lively literary terms thanks to the circle of poets Swabians. Were still alive however Theodor Storm and the Swiss Gottfried Keller, both exponents of “romantic realism”. Zurich Keller novels appeared in the year he was born Hesse, as the news of The Storm and The curator Carsten assomoir by Emile Zola, novel which was responsible for the author's reputation as “naturalist” and the subsequent influence within the framework of European literature. In 1877 He also published columns of society by Henrik Ibsen, a drama that tried to unravel the fragile morale and the lies of society back then. Dostoevsky lived again. His novel the Brothers Karamazov, that Hesse he read several times over the years, appeared (in pre-release version) in 1880. They wanted to see in Dostoevsky a forerunner of psychoanalysis. Undoubtedly Hesse, like other major writers, suffered along with the fascination with the work of the great Russian novelist the influence of Freud's thought, who played the “vital lie” (Lebenslüge) by Ibsen as “removal” (Verdrängung). In addition, Hesse was particularly predisposed to introspection and self-analysis by reason of education Pietist receipt.
Equally important, as regards the philosophical training philosophy and the history of Hesse, they were thinking of Jacob Burckhardt (1818-97) and Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900): to a greater extent perhaps that Nietzsche, which in his untimely meditations had condemned the Prussian victory in the franco-German war 1870-71, calling it “a German spirit grubbed up in favor of German realm”, dominant public opinion opposing weather; as did later Hesse that, during World War I, disliked the nationalistic mentality of his countrymen. Consider a victory as defeat and unlike the periods of profound humiliation as a preparatory spiritual renewal: This dialectical thinking, it comes from Plato's school, Hegel or Marx, Chinese sages or Indian religious thinkers, crosses as guiding all the writings of Hesse, to the extent that he no longer seeks only to indicate positions between their irreconcilable, but consider how different aspects of the same phenomenon to take a summary. The increasing expansion of economic activities, following the establishment of the German realm, do not speak in the Hesse family, fundamentally committed to the defence and protection of religious values and spiritual rather than material ones. Also with regard to rapid progress in the field of natural sciences and technology, that occurred especially over the last two decades of the century, Hesse was expressed, then and later, in terms quite skeptical, without however explicitly condemn it.While trying to promote cultural and social conflicts, did not consider instead so favorable – in this, It was a typical southern German – the unification of the German realm under the hegemony of Prussia. Not felt sympathy towards Bismarck and Emperor and, intentionally, It went never in Berlin. The Württemberg under Karl I (1864-91) He had fought in 1866 against the Prussians and had entered “voluntarily forced” in the Reich.
Approximately twenty years before the birth of the Hesse city of Calw mattered 1483 in, 1436 of which Protestants and 47 Catholics. Its favorable geographic position in the Nagold River Valley at the foot of a “succession of hills of rare beauty” Black Forest, along with its rich history of traditions and the originality of the inhabitants, are themes that recur in poems by Hesse. Founded by one of the oldest noble families of the Duchy of Swabia in the twelfth century, Calw was already in the middle of the thirteenth its legal system and was passed in 1308 under the rule of the counts of Württemberg. The afflictions caused by the plague, the looting and destruction caused by imperial troops during the thirty years ' war, they compose to Johann Valentin Andreä (1586-1654) the Elegy on the city of Calw miserably fallen. He reorganized the Church of Württemberg, It was a forerunner of pietism and Dean in the town of Calw.
In the 17th and 18th century Calw was an industrial and commercial centre of Württemberg and acquired importance supraregional and international financial activities of the so-called “Calwer Companies”: the bankers of the Dukes of Württemberg, as a time to Augusta the Fugger and the Welser were bankers of the Holy Roman Empire. Add also a company for trade of wood and textile factories with tanneries, remaining until the 20th century. Hesse described his hometown “Gerbersau”. SIA compito del lettore stabilire se egli assegnasse un significato ironico a tale appellativo, Nell'aggiungere che a Calw egli stesso “era stato conciato ben bene”. However “là mi trovai a mio premium” scrisse Hesse nella Giovinezza di Peter Bastian (Peter Bastians youth, 1902) “poiché la gente di Calw aveva viaggiato ed era più varia e libera di quella della campagna”
Scelta di poesie
In the mist
Strange, to wander in the mist!
Every Bush and stone is lonely,
no tree looks the other,
everyone is alone.
The world was full of friends to me,
as my life was light;
now that the fog falls,
is no one visible.
Verily, No one is wise,
He knows not the darkness,
the inescapable and quiet
separates him from all.
Strange, to wander in the mist!
Life is solitary.
No one knows the other,
everyone is alone.
Strano, vagare nella nebbia!
Only every Bush and stone,
no tree can see each other,
everyone is only.
Full of friends I had the world,
When my life was still bright
Right now, that Fog Creek,
No one sees more.
Really, It is not wise
Anyone who does not know the darkness,
that floor and inexorably
Strano, vagare nella nebbia!
Life is lonely.
Nobody knows each other,
everyone is only.
Was blickst du träumend ins verwölkte Land?
Ich gab mein Herz in deine schöne Hand.
Es ist so voll von ungesagtem Glück,
So heiß – hast du es nicht zeker voor herhaling vatbaar?
Mit fremdem Lächeln that du mir's zurück.
Ein geiler Schmerz… Es schweigt. Es ist gekühlt.
Es führen über die Erde Strassen und Wege viel,
Aber alle haben die Gläser nicht Sauber Ziel,
Du kannst reiten und fahren, zu zweien und zu dreien…
You need to go the last step alone.
Drum is no knowledge, nor can so good,
That one alone does all heavy.
All the baubles, the youth is estimated,
He was worshipped by me,
Lure, Ties, Helmet and sword,
And the women not least.
But now only I see clear,
As for me, the old boys,
Nothing of all to have more,
But now only I see clear,
As this quest was wise.
Although pass band and curls
And the whole magic soon;
But what I otherwise won,
Wisdom, Virtue, warm socks,
ACH, This is soon having,
And on earth it will be cold.
That you like with me Aye,
Where, but my life is dark
And outside rush star
And is all full of Gefunkel -
That you in the
Of life know a Middle,
Makes you and your love
For me the good spirit.
In my darkness you have idea
The so verborgnen star.
With your love you mahnst
Me of of life sweet heart.
I trabe Steppenwolf and trabe,
The world is full of snow,
From the Birch tree, the Raven flügelt,
But nowhere a rabbit, nowhere a deer!
In the deer, I'm so in love,
If I were but one!
I nähm's in the teeth, in the hands of,
This is the most beautiful, What is there.
I would be so heart of the fair good,
Fräße me deep in their tender legs,
Potions me fully in her bright red blood,
To lonely howl after the whole night to.
I would be happy even with a Hare,
Sweet tastes his hot flesh in the night-
Is divorced because anything and everything of me,
What makes life a little cheerful?
The hair is already grey on my tail,
Also I can see even ever clearly,
Years ago my beloved wife died.
And now I trab and dreaming of deer,
Trabe and dream of rabbits,
Listen to blow the wind in the winter night,
My burning throat potions with snow,
Wear the hell to my poor soul.
Never a so weird cold and long winter had been in the French mountains. For weeks, the air was clear, brittle and cold. The large sites during the day, slippery snow matt white and endless under the bright blue sky, at night the moon on it went across clearly and small, a fierce Frost Moon of yellow shine, the strong light on the snow was blue and dull and looked like the incarnate Frost. People avoided all roads and particularly the heights, they were slow and grumbled in the village huts, the red window at night next to the blue Moonlight appeared smoky dull and soon extinct. This was a difficult time for the animals of the area. The smaller froze to death in set, Birds succumbed to the Frost, and the gaunt remains were the hawks and wolves prey to. But also suffered terribly from hunger and frost. Only a few Wolf families there lived it, and the misery drove them to firmer Association. During the day they went out individually. Here and there a dash through the snow, lean, hungry and vigilant, silent and shy like a ghost. His narrow shadow glided next to him on the snow. Tracking it toward the pointed snout in the wind and sometimes had a dry, hear tortured howl. In the evening but they went out meetings and huddled with screams howling around the villages. There was good verwahrt cattle and poultry, and behind fixed shutter shotguns were created. Rarely was a small booty, about a dog, them to, and two from the Group had been shot already. The Frost stopped still. Often, the wolves were quiet and brooding together, one to the other is warming, and listened uneasily in the dead wasteland beyond, up to a, tortured by the cruel tortures of hunger, suddenly jumped up with grisly ROAR. Then all the others turned to him the muzzle, shook and broke with each other in a terrible, threatening and accusatory howl. The smaller part of the band finally decided, to wander. Early on the day they left their holes, gathered and schnoberten aroused and fearful in the frostkalte air. Then they jogged quickly and evenly it. The remaining saw them with wide, glassy eyes, jogged a few dozen steps behind, remained standing indecisively and clueless and slowly returned to their empty caves. The emigrants separated from each other at noon. Three of them turned East to the Swiss Jura, the others moved further South. The three were beautiful, strong animals, but horribly emaciated. The indented bright belly was narrow as a belt, the ribs were out miserably on the chest, the mouths were dry and the eyes wide and desperate. To three they came into far in the Jura, captured on the second day a Hammel, on the third a dog and a charging and pages were persecuted by all her angry by the peasants. In the area, which is rich in villages and small towns, spread horror and fear from the unfamiliar intruders. The postal carriage were armed, No one went from one village to the other without shooting gun. In the foreign, After such a good booty, felt at the same time shy and arguably the three animals; they were lively than ever at home and broke on the bright day in the stable of a Meierhofes. Roar of cows. Rattling splitternder wooden barriers, U Tramp and hot, lechzender breath filled the narrow, warm room. But this time, people came in between. A price was set on the wolves, that doubled the courage of the farmers. And they imposed two of them, one was a Flintenschuss through your throat, the other was killed with a hatchet. The third escaped and ran as long, until he fell half-dead on the snow. He was the youngest and most beautiful of the wolves, a proud beast of mighty strength and gelenken forms. Long he remained lying panting. Bloody red circles swirled in his presence, and sometimes, he came across a whistling, painful groans from. A hatchet throwing had taken him back. But he recovered and could rise again. Only now he saw, how far he was gone. Nowhere were to see people or houses. Close before him was a snow-covered, powerful mountain. It was the Chasseral. He decided, to work around it. Because thirst tormented him, he ate a small bite of the frozen, hard crust of snow. Other side of the mountain, he met immediately to a village. It was evening. He waited in a dense pine forest. Then he crept gently to the fence, following the scent of warm stables. No one was on the road. Shy and lusting he blinked between the houses through. There fell a shot. He threw the head into the air and access to work, as already a second shot popped. He was taken. Its whitish abdomen was stained on the side with blood, the tough down rieselte in thick drops. Nevertheless succeeded him, to escape with great sets and reach the otherworldly mountain. There he waited a moment imagination and heard from two sides of the voices and steps. Fearfully, he looked up at the mountain. He was steep, wooded and cumbersome to climb. But he was no choice. With gasping breath, he klomm the steep BERGWAND boys, While down a Gewirre of curses, Commands and Laternenlichtern to the mountain unloading Designer. Trembling climbed the wounded Wolf by the half dark pine forest, While from his side slowly Brown blood down rann. The cold had been. The Western Sky was colourless and snow seemed to promise. Finally the exhausted had reached the height of. He was now on a slightly inclined, great Schneefelde, near Mont Crosin, high above the village, which he escaped. He didn't feel hungry, but a dull, embracing pain from the wound. A quiet, sick barking came out of his mouth hanging, his heart beat hard and painful and press the hand of death as an unspeakably heavy load on felt. A separately standing wide ästige FIR attracted him; There he sat down and stared cloudy into the grey snow night. Half an hour passed away. Now a matt red light on the snow fell, weird and soft. The Wolf stood huffing and turned the beautiful head light contrary to. It was the Moon, the huge and Crimson rebelled in the South East and slowly rose higher in the dull sky. For many weeks he had been never so red and large. Sadly, the eye of the dying animal on the Matt Moon posted, and again, a weak howl coughing painfully and silently in the night. Since there were for lights and steps. Farmers in thick coats, Hunters and young boys in Pelzmützen, and crude boots lumbered through the snow. On jauchze rations. You had discovered the verendenden Wolf, two shots have been pulled on him and both were missing. Then they saw, that he was already dying, and fell with sticks and Knütteln about him. He felt it no longer. With broken limbs, they dragged him to St. Always down. You laughed, They boasted, they were pleased to liquor and coffee, They sang, They aligned. No one saw the beauty of the snow-covered forest, Yet the brilliance of the plateau, Yet the Red Moon, der über dem Chasseral hing und dessen schwaches Licht in ihren Flintenläufen, in den Schneekristallen und in den Augen des del Lago di gebrochenen sich brach Merrill road.
because your eyes
dwell in my
as a star of heaven
in a dark tidal surge.
I've looked for a long time
how wise a bimbo look,
You told me then, with kindness:
ti voglio bene, Why are you so sad.
All books of the world
do not give you happiness,
though in secret
do you refer to yourself.
There is everything you need,
Sun Moon stars.
Because the light you're looking for
He lives inside of you.
The wisdom you've tried
for a long time at the library
now shines in each sheet,
because now is your.
Sun, shines now inside the heart,
wind, take away from me the labors and care!
Deepest joy I know on Earth,
that being due in the wide vastness.
Towards the plain start my journey,
Sun mi flame, water I refresh;
to feel the life of our Earth
Open all your senses in festa.
Show me every day new,
new brothers and new friends,
until pain free all force praise,
and every star I'll be a guest and friend.
WRITTEN ON THE SAND
Written on the sand
The Nice and charming
Just a puff and a thrill,
the magnificent exciting
lovely hard not:
cloud, flower, SOAP bubble,
firework and baby rice,
woman's look in mirror glass,
and many other fantastic things,
they just discovered fade,
just how long a time
only an aroma, a breath of wind,
Alas we don't know with sadness.
And what lasts and stays fixed
There is thus intimately dear:
precious stone with icy fire,
heavy gold bar splendor;
the stars themselves, innumerable,
If you are distant and foreign, doesn't look like us
- ephemeral-, they do not reach the bottom of the soul.
No, Ibraheem deeper and worthy of love
seems prone to decay ...,
is getting close to die,
and the coolest thing, musical notes,
that in the bud already flee and spend,
I'm just blowing, currents, fugues
surrounded of breaths subdued sadness
Why not even how long a heartbeat
leave force, keep;
Note After note, just joke
already vanishes and leaves.
So our heart is consecrated
with fraternal allegiance
everything that escapes
non-what is strong and capable of lasting.
Soon we tired what remains,
rocks of a world of stars and jewels,
We at anime-bubbles-by-wind-and-SOAP
driven ever change.
Brides of yore, without duration,
whereby the dew on a rose petal,
for a bird's wings flap
dying for a game of clouds,
Twinkle snow, Rainbow,
Butterfly, already flown away,
so the ringing of a laugh,
that touches us in passing just,
may mean party or bring pain.
We love what we look like,
and we understand
what the wind wrote
on the sand.
It's called love every superiority,
each ability to smile in sorrow.
Love for ourselves and for our destiny,
affectionate adherence what the Inscrutable
want to make us even when
We are still not able to see it
and to understand it -
This is what we.
WHY’ I love you
Because I love you
Because I love you, at night I come to you
so impetuous and hesitant
and you dont you forget about me
your soul came to steal.
Now she and’ my – totally belong to me
for worse and for better,
from my impetuous and dared to love
No Angel you can save.
When you give me your little hand
That so many things never told expresses
I maybe asked once
If you love me?
It is your love that I
I just find your way close
And that dumb and silent
From time to time, I tent your hand
We build together
a beautiful house and all our
high like a House
to watch over the rivers and meadows
on silent Woods.
All we wanted to unlearn
What was small and ugly,
We wanted to decorate with songs of joy
neighborhoods and distances,
the crowns of happiness in your hair.
Now I have built a castle
on extreme and Silent Hill;
My nostalgia is there and watch
Since boredom, and the day is gray
- Princess, where have you been?
Now I commend to all winds
My bold songs.
They should look for and find you
and you pain
plaguing my heart.
They should also tell you
a seductive infinite happiness,
They kiss you and distress yourself
and they must steal your sleep -
Princess, When you return?
Come with me
Come with me!
Come with me.
You must affrettarti though -
seven long miles
I make at every step.
Behind the Woods and glues
waiting for my red horse.
Come with me! I grab the reins -
come with me in my red Castle.
There they grow trees blue
with golden apples,
There we dream of silver dreams,
No one else can dream.
There they sleep rare pleasures,
Nobody so far has tasted,
under the laurels purple kisses -
Come with me to the Woods and hills!
hold on tight! I grab the reins,
and shaking my horse you kidnaps.
I'M A STAR
I'm a star
I am a star in the firmament
who observes the world, he despises the world
It is consumed in its light.
Are the night sea rages,
that the sea moans, heavy casualties
that ancient sins, new collect.
Are banished from your world
He grew up in pride and pride betrayed,
are the Kings without land.
Are the passion suit
in the House without a fireplace, in war without sword
and I'm sick of its strength.
In his old fiery splendour
and all the glitz voluptuous
Today he stands in front of you the whole dream
one hot night in summer.
And trembling of the fall of magic,
disperandoti Awards with ferocious zeal
the floods, belle, often kissed
and red lips on my image.
TIRED OF LOVE
Tired of love
In the branches will fall asleep cradling
the wind tired. My hand
leave a blood-red flower
die torn under a scorching sun.
I've seen flourish and die
come and go joys and sorrows,
and keep them no one can.
I too have shed
in my blood;
I don't know though, If I'm sorry,
I just know, I'm tired.
I sang a song.
Tu tacevi. Your right tended
with fingers weary a great,
rossa, mature purple rose.
And above us with strange brightness
He got the mild summer night,
opened in his wonderful splendour,
the first night we enjoyed.
He swung his arm and dark
around us and he was so calm and warm.
And from your womb silent scrollasti
the petals of a rose purpurea.
HOW TO WEIGH
How to weigh
How to weigh these days!
There is no fire to warm up,
There is no sun and laugh for me,
only emptiness there is,
only things cold and merciless,
and even the clear
stars look at me inconsolable
Since I knew in the heart
I also love dies.