The Journey to the East - Herman Hesse Reviews
Description:Author: Hermann Hesse / Genre: Classic Literature
Newest Review: ... is a seminal volume of the counterculture movement, to be blurbish and show my age at the same time. Somewhere my dogeared ... more
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It didn't seem right that there wasn't a review for Journey to the East. Even though I had never contributed online to anything and afeared even entering a chat room. Journey is a seminal volume of the counterculture movement, to be blurbish and show my age at the same time. Somewhere my dogeared paperback lies with its acid-etched illuminations and revelations penned inside. It seemed scanty at first read but a second or third time through it expanded like a fold-out children's book of the mind. Tripping through a long-gone Mitteleurop this could be the guide to the spiritual-romantic quest of youth. But for a proper appreciation one should probably . Read the complete review
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