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FREE PDF · BOOK Gertrud By Hermann Hesse Æ HERMANN HESSE ☆ With Gertrude Herman Hesse continues his lifelong exploration of the irreconcilable elements of human existence In this fictional memoir the renowned composer Kuhn recounts his tangled relationships with two artists his friend Heinrich Muoth a brooding selTh a brooding self destructive opera singer and the gentle self assured Gertrude Imthor Kuhn is drawn to Gertrude upon their first meeting but Gertrude falls in love with Heinrich to whom she is introduced when Kuhn auditions them for the Hesse is one of my favorite writers and my take on his works would carry a bit of bias Gertrude might not be one of the famous books of Hesse in the league of a Siddartha yet it is one of the most heart rendering narratives Its a semi autobigraphical work liberally feeding on the tumultous life of Hesse during his younger days Its a solilouy of the protaganist's solitude lovelornness and his inability to deal with the upheavels of his lifeKuhn falls in love twice and both the times it goes unreuitted His passionate ardour for Liddy when he was a teenager results in a series of events and trekking adventures which leaves him both emotionally and physically crippled The exhubarance dreams goals and the youthful vogour take blow in a snap of a second and leave him a cripple for a life time sulking in selfpity In his own words his youth was exiled into a uiet land Kuhn then gets focussed onto music to move away from the pathos of the broken heart and the broken limb Music opens up Kuhn to a new world of friends musicians and music lovers Thus he meets Mr Imthor father of Gertrude and a patron of Music Kuhn rediscovers himself in the company of Gertrude and his desolate world is suddenly lit up with a thousand candles The mutual feeling of gentle love and the unspoken undercurrents during their courtship is sheer poetry Kuhn the self pitying introvert is perenially at cross roads in dealing with his own emotions In a minute he swings from a blithely cheer with his heartful of love after assumingly positive vibes from Gertrude and the next moment he slips into a despair of fears emanating from his own presumptions Presume when one's existence hangs on to the slender thread of love one is scared of his own thoughts snapping the thread Kuhn has two good friends in Muoth and Teifer Muoth a genius rebel and an egoist; all in one both tests and inspires Kuhn While Teifer and his sister anchor Kuhn during his troubles and travails The lives of Kuhn Gertrude and Muoth gets entangled and how they compromise confront win and fail is the rest of the storyThe psychological and philosophical overtones of the narrative reflect the genius of Hesse Love and its cousin pathos in the life of a creative person have been painted with masterly strokes Love creates ripples in other wise a placid lake like life of an artist; from which he draws his inspiration And the unreuitted love is like a tempest in an ocean which takes the artist to a higher level riding on its tumultous waves Kuhn thus enthralled world of music wading through his miseries emerging to be a virtuso from an akward novice Kuhn's painful journey bearing the cross of physical challenges and the mental agony which take him into the realms of cherished dreams proves once again that creative brilliance springs from the ramshackles of bruised egos batterred souls and broken heartsThe last paragraph is recaptured here for sharing a glimpse of the beauty of this poetry Muoth was right As a man grows older he is at peace than in his youth But I will not on that account slander youth for it sings to me in all my dreams like a master song and rings clearer and purer than ever it did in truth

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With Gertrude Herman Hesse continues his lifelong exploration of the irreconcilable elements of human existence In this fictional memoir the renowned composer Kuhn recounts his tangled relationships with two artists his friend Heinrich Muo Gertrud Hermann Hesse Gertrud is a novel written by Hermann Hesse first published in 1910 Styled as the memoir of a famous composer named Kuhn Gertrud tells of his childhood and young adult years before it comes to the heart of the story; his relationships to two troubled artists the eponymous Gertrud Imthor and the opera singer Heinrich Muoth Kuhn is drawn to Gertrud upon their first encounter but she falls in love with and marries Muoth whom the composer befriended as well some years before The two are hopelessly ill matched and their destructive relationship provides the basis for Kuhn's magnum opusتاریخ نخستین خوانش سال 2008 میلادیعنوان گرترود؛ نویسنده هرمان هسه، مترجم پرویز داریوش؛ بابل، کتابسرای بابل، 1367؛ در 204 ص؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان آلمانی سده 19 و 20 ممترجم عبدالحسین شریفیان؛ تهران، اساطیر، 1378؛ در 234 ص؛ شابک 9645960924؛ مترجم شهلا حمزاوی قدیمی؛ تهران، چشمه، 1381؛ در 195 ص؛ شابک 9643620808؛ چاپ دوم 1386؛ چاپ سوم 1387؛ چاپ چهارم، نشر چشمه، 1393، در 195 ص؛ شابک 9789643620806؛نقل از متن همیشه و هنوز در عالم رویا ندای جوانیم را به مثابه آهنگی زیبا به گوش جان میشنوم پایان نقلشرح اعترافات یک موسیقی‌دان است موسیقی‌دان با شکستی دردناک روبرو می‌شود او، برای از دست نرفتن یک دوستی، از آنکس که دوست می‌دارد دست می‌کشد «هرمان هسه» با رمان «گرترود»، به کاوش تمام نشدنی خود، درباره ی جنبه های متفاوت و گاها متضاد هستی، و زندگی بشر ادامه داده است در «گرترود»، آهنگسازی نام آشنا به نام «کان»، ماجرای رابطه ی پیچیده ی خود، با دو هنرمند را بازگو میکند دوستش، «هاینریش موث» که یک خواننده ی اپرای افسرده و خودآزار است، و زنی مهربان و با اعتماد به نفس به نام «گرترود ایمثور» «کان» از همان دیدار اول، مجذوب «گرترود» میشود، ولی «هاینریش» و «گرترود»، که در خلال دادن تستی، برای پیوستن به اپرای «کان»، یکدیگر را دیدار کرده بودند، با هم رابطه ای عاشقانه شکل داده، و ازدواج میکنند ازدواج این دو تن، به دلیل تفاوتهای اساسی و بنیادین، در شیوه ی نگاهشان به زندگی، به شکستی فاجعه بار منجر شده، و هر دوی آنها را، به شدت تحت تأثیر قرار میدهد اما این رابطه ی تراژیک، منبع الهام «اپرای کان مهمترین موفقیت زندگی هنری او» میشود رمانهای «هسه»، پژوهشهایی در مورد کمال گرایی، و تخیلات ریز و درشت فلسفی بوده، و هر کدام از شخصیتهای موجود در آثار این نویسنده، بخشی از جنبه های مختلف اندیشه های عجیب و ژرف «هسه» را نیز بروز میدهند ا شربیانی

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Gertrud By Hermann HesLeads in his new opera Hopelessly ill matched Gertrude and Heinrich have a disastrous marriage that leaves them both ruined Yet this tragic affair also becomes the inspiration for Kuhn's opera the most important success of his artistic lif A fictional memoir of Kuhn who is driven to music and after reaching the level of his competence with the violin starts to compose and slowly gains fame He falls in love with Gertrude who unfortunately marries Kuhn's friend and opera singer Heinrich Muoth Muoth is a bit of a cad with the ladies but he is a good friend so Kuhn becomes a spectator to the disintegrating marriage and fortunes of his two closest friendsThe book is full of Kuhn's acceptance of his loneliness and life to be lived without Gertrude He has other admirers but he stays faithful to his one true love