Steppenwolf 2

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Steppenwolf 2
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Další úspěšné pokračování prvního dílu Steppenwolf se nyní odehrává na pustém ostrově, kam jste se dostali po otrávení neznámou látkou. Probudíte se ve staré chýši...

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Chlápek jel po dálnici stopadesátikilometrovou rychlostí. Když si všiml, že za ním jedou policajti, tak ještě přidal na 180. Po chvíli to však vzdal a zastavil. Přišel k němu policajt a říká: Heleďte se, už toho máme dneska dost, ale jestli od vás uslyšíme hezkou výmluvu, tak vás pustíme. "No", povídá chlap, mně včera utekla manželka s policajtem a já nejdřív myslel, že mi jí chcete vrátit. "JEĎTE!!!


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#6Uživatel:Anonym19.11.2014 - 14:39

, an extraordinary thing hapneped to me the other day. An unknown man gave me a little book, the sort of thing you buy at a fair, and inside I found my whole story and everything about me. Rather remarkable, don't you think?' What was it called?' she asked lightly. Treatise on the Steppenwolf!' Oh, Steppenwolf is magnificent! And are you the Steppenwolf? Is that meant to be you?' Yes, it's me. I am one who is half-wolf and half-man, or thinks himself so at least.' This dialogue is really interesting, because Harry Haller thinks he has finally found a connection with himself, something unique, and is excited, only to find that Hermine has already read the Treatise. Instead of being affirmed, he has somehow been made a commodity, a side show attraction. He is not unique anymore. [url=]cizdcckoqa[/url] [link=]vxlggbo[/link]

#5Uživatel:Anonym18.11.2014 - 14:08

“For what I always hated and <a href="">deestted</a> and cursed above all things was this contentment, this healthiness and comfort, this carefully preserved optimism of the middle classes, this fat and prosperous brood of mediocrity.” This is proof of Haller's estrangement, in that he feels disconnected from the middle class normal people who are content with their lives. He hates being bored, and to him boredom is practically defined by the middle class. Solitude is independence. It had been my wish and with the years I had attained it. It was cold. Oh, cold enough! But it was also still, wonderfully still and vast like the cold stillness of space in which the stars revolve.”Another estrangement quotation. IT speaks for itself. “I am in truth the Steppenwolf that I often call myself; that beast astray that finds neither home nor joy nor nourishment in a world that is strange and incomprehensible to him.” Estrangement. He doesn't belong with normal people.Amber M.

#4Uživatel:Anonym16.11.2014 - 09:19

Steppenwolf: Duel personality- teuxatl evidence„In the case of Harry, however, it was just the opposite. In him the man and the wolf did not go the same way together, but were in continual and deadly enmity. One existed simply and solely to harm the other and when there are two in one blood and in one should who are at deadly enmity, then life fares ill. Well, to each his lost and none is light.” –pg. 42“Many loved him as a refined and clever and interesting man, and were horrified and disappointed when they had come upon the wolf in him. And they had to because Harry wished, as everyone sentient being does to be loved as a whole and therefore it was just with those whose love he most valued that he could least of all conceal and belie the wolf.” – pg. 43There was once a man, Harry, called the Steppenwolf. He went on two legs, wore clothes and was a human being, but nevertheless he was in reality a wolf of the Steppens.”- pg.40 [url=]fiazziq[/url] [link=]ictyfpxgb[/link]

#3Uživatel:Anonym14.11.2014 - 17:02

, that Goethe did not really look like this. The <a href="">coctnieed</a> air of nobility, the great man ogling the distinguished company, and beneath the manly exterior what a world of charming sentimentality! Certainly there is much to be said against him. I have a good deal against his venerable pomposity myself. But to represent him like this- no, that is going too far. p. 81 but the artist who adores Goethe too, and makes a picture of him, has no right to do it, nor the professor either, nor anybody else- because you don't like it. You find it intolerable. You have to be insulting and leave the house. p. 91 we talked, too, of her nephew, and she showed me in a neighboring room his newest hobby, a wireless set and all this, I said, just as today was the case with the beginning of wireless, would be of no more service to man than as an escape from himself and his true aims, and a means of surrounding himself with an ever closer mesh of distractions and useless activities p.103-104 he must have seen that he was confronted by one who had the enjoyment of a connoisseur for all that touched on music. But he made no response, and while I, in compliment to him, or rather to hermine, embarked upon a musicianly justification of jazz, he smiled amiably upon me and my efforts. p. 124 up until now you couldn't stand all this dance and jazz music. It was too superficial and frivolous for you. Now you have seen there's no need to take it seriously and it can all the same be very agreeable and delightful. p. 128I have the version with all the hair on it haha

#2Uživatel:Anonym13.11.2014 - 17:56

Holt, Rinehart, and Winston Inc, 1963. First revised edoiitn of Basil Creighton's translation of 1929 by Joseph Mileck and Horst Frenz.Identity: We see that he had in him strong impulses both to be a saint and a profligate; and yet he could not, owing to some weakness or inertia, make the plunge into the untrammeled realms of space. The parent constellation of the bourgeoisie binds him with its spell. This is his place in the universe and this is his bondage. pgs. 61-62 Indestructible and abiding as the stars, these experiences, though forgotten, could never be erased. Their series was the story of my life, their starry light the undying value of my being { } it was bitter with the salt of all human things yet it had laid up riches { } had purpose and character and turned not on trifles, but on the stars. pg. 161Alienation/Estrangement: Many loved him as a refined and clever and interesting man, and were horrified and disappointed when they had come upon the wolf in him. And they had to because Harry wished, as ever sentient being does, to be loved as a whole and therefore it was just with those whose love he most valued that he could least of all conceal and belie the wolf. pg. 49 To such men the desperate and horrible thought has come that perhaps the whole of human life is but a bad joke, a violent and ill-fated abortion of the primal mother, a savage and dismal catastrophe of nature. pg. 51 He is nothing else than the narrow and perilous bridge between nature and spirit. His innermost destiny drives him on to the spirit and to God. His innermost longing draws him back to nature, back the mother. Between the two forces his life hangs tremulous and irresolute. pg. 70 { }unendurable tension between inability to live and inability to die { } what I longed for in my despair was life and resolution, action and reaction, impulse and impetus. pgs. 119-20

#1Uživatel:Anonym22.7.2011 - 21:05

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