The Man Who Sees Ghosts

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  • Title: The Man Who Sees Ghosts
  • Author: Friedrich Schiller DavidBryer
  • ISBN: 9781901285123
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
The Man Who Sees Ghosts

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The Man Who Sees Ghosts

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  • Friedrich Schiller DavidBryer

    Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller November 10, 1759 May 9, 1805 was a German poet, philosopher, historian, and dramatist During the last few years of his life 1788 1805 , Schiller struck up a productive, if complicated, friendship with already famous and influential Johann Wolfgang Goethe, with whom he greatly discussed issues concerning aesthetics, encouraging Goethe to finish works he left merely as sketches this thereby gave way to a period now referred to as Weimar Classicism They also worked together on Die Xenien The Xenies , a collection of short but harshly satiric poems in which both Schiller and Goethe verbally attacked those persons they perceived to be enemies of their aesthetic agenda.



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  • Obviously, I m way behind in everything in life, including posting about the books I ve read within the last few weeks there is about this book at my online reading journal,here, if anyone is interested If not, read on.Despite its title, The Man Who Sees Ghosts isn t actually a novel of the supernatural There are a number of supernatural elements in this unfinished story, but they re all there for a specific purpose having to do with the main character, the Prince von These asterisks, by the wa [...]


  • Bu yaz , canlabirsene de yay nland.Hayaletg ren, Friedrich Schiller in tamamlayamad bir roman Spoiler dersiniz belki ama bunu ba tan s ylemek istedim nk benim gibi bilmeden okudu unuz zaman sonunda aka m ya diye kalabiliyorsunuz 1787 1789 tarihleri aras nda par a par a yay nlanan Hayaletg ren, zaman nda okuyanlardan da b y k ilgi g rm inde de Schiller in toplum ele tirileri, dini ve tarihi felsefesi ve idealleri var.Gotik romanlar n o Poe vari havas var Hayaletg ren de de ki b l mden olu an kita [...]


  • In this work, The Ghost seer, by Friedrich von Schiller, exists an incredible force, almost supernatural, that impels the reader into a sinister world of appearances, where the senses only fail and are even complicit, acting to deceive.The plot surges effortlessly forward to its natural and decisive end The hero, a young prince, and his group chance upon a mysterious man of vague origin, who somehow holds them in his domination by his omniscient and omnipotence manner He is like a dark angel wit [...]


  • Yazar maalesef devam n getirmemi kitab n ve bundan dolay baz konularda tatmin edici bir a klama olmadan kitap sona eriyor zellikle Ermeni hakk ndaki b l m yani kitab n ilk yar s harikulade Fakat mektuplardan olu an son eyre i benim pek ho uma gitmedi Bunun haricinde kitap g zeldi Okumaya de er oldu unu d n yorum.



  • Schiller s only novel is masterfully written Although left unfinished or perhaps that was also one of Schiller s devices to stimulate the reader and or leave to each reader to form his her own interpretation of the events and combining the first person narrator and epistolary form, one is led to believe that there is really something peculiar going on On the other hand, given the logical explanation in the novel, there can be none mystery whatsoever Set in the luxuriant and decadent Venice of th [...]


  • Geheimnisvoll, geheimnisvollGeheimgesellschaften, Hypnotiseure, Gespenster und ein detektivisches R tsel der erste Teil des Geistersehers liest sich wie eine Geschichte von E.A Poe Sehr eindringlich, geheimnisvoll und atmosph risch Der zweite Teil besteht aus Briefen, und hier merkt man schon, wie Schiller die Lust an dem Werk verloren hat Es geht nun nur noch um die kippende Gef hlswelt des Prinzen, und nicht mehr um die angedeuteten Geheimgesellschaften, Betr ger und Spuke der ersten H lfte, u [...]


  • Wer h tte gedacht, dass es mich so nerven w rde, dass die Geschichte keine Aufl sung hat und einfach mittendrin aufh rt Diese Story hat alles, was zu ihrer Entstehungszeit hip war Geisterbechw rungen, Italien, philosophische Diskussionen, anonyme Prinzen mit dunklen Geheimnissen, Geheimgesellschaften Auch der thematische Dauerbrenner Love Interest fehlt nicht.Der Prinz von ger t in Venedig scheinbar in ein gro angelegtes Komplott gegen ihn Der Untertitel r hrt von der damals scheinbar obligatori [...]


  • An intensely capturing story that keeps you gripping both your seat and your book Being a big Schiller devotee but not having read any of his works other than revisiting already known ones, I find it wonderful to see the master at his work again A special mention goes to the philosophical discussion that is added after the main events A very beautifully written mono dialogue.


  • EneagramZagreb, 2009.Prevela Izida Pavi Ovaj naslov je jedino Schillerovo prozno djelo Radi se o nedovr enom romanu.Roman je tipi no romanti arski fragmentiran Velik dio romana iznosi homodijegeti ki pripovjeda koji se predstavlja kao prijatelj glavnog lika, homodijegeti ki pripovjeda iznosi svoj dio romana kao subjektivno pripovijedanje u prvom licu Odre en dio naracije, me utim, iznosi hipodijegeti ki pripovjeda na na in da homodijegeti ki pripovjeda navodi dnevnik svog prijatelja te taj dnevn [...]


  • kitap iki ana b l me ayr lm ilk b l mde poe yk lerindekine benzer bir atmosferde sherlock ve watson ile olaylar n pe inden s r kleniyoruz, gayet ak c ve g zel yaz lm ama ikinci b l mde watson la zde le tirebilece imiz anlat c m z, kendisine g nderilen mektuplar n i eri i ile bize olaylar aktarmaya ba l yor ve bu ikinci yar da olan hi bir eyin ilk yar dakilerle alakas kalm yor kitab n bu ikinci b l m nde tamamen, d zg n ve ahlakl bir hayat ya amakta olan bir prensin yanl ili kiler ve arkada l kla [...]


  • Anmerkung Einen zweiten Teil aus Schillers Feder gibt es nicht Dieser einzige Roman des Dichters blieb unvollendet Schiller Schiller, warum hasst du deine eigene Sch pfung so sehr In Schillers Briefroman oder besser, in diesem Fragment trifft das Genre des Schauerm rchens auf die Werte und Philosophie der Aufkl rung Religion und Okultismus stehen kantischen Gedanken gegen ber Die Schauerroman Abschnitte sind schauerlich, die philosophischen Aspekte sind philosophisch und wie von Schiller gewohnt [...]


  • The first book of this story, otherwise known as the Spiritualist, was my favore It was slightly haunting and mysterious as readers tried to figure out what was plaguing the prince I loved the thought process and time that had to be put into a story with such a thought out scheme The second book wasn t as great personally This was mainly due to the entirety of it being written in letter form However, it was still a wonderful story, and i continue to appreciate the writer that is Schiller.


  • Maybe it wasn t the right time for me to read this book but I simply couldn t get into it I picked it up for one of my book clubs whose theme was books in German but I abandoned it after 21 pages I was bored by the story and found the style heavy and stilted


  • Schiller s only novel possibly unfinished the Intro does not mention this, does The plot does seem to be resolved, although rather suddenly Short, but intricate in places A conspiracy to turn the Prince Catholic


  • Really wonderful small book the story of a man who finds love by rejecting all his attributes it s too bad Schiller never got around to finishing it.


  • kitab n ilk yar s ok g zeldi tabi tamamlanmam bi kitap oldu unu bilmedi imden zevkle okuyodum sonradan b y k hayal k r kl na u rad m ben ettim siz etmeyin.


  • A surprisingly modern telling of what s on a man s mind no, not that and how it s exceedingly difficult to distinguish between fact, fantasy, and everything in between.


  • I loved this book Schiller s writing style is super smooth and stylish and I found myself hanging on every word.


  • Beautifully written and thoroughly intriguing Reminiscent in style of the novels of Ann Radcliffe, but with much less sentimentality A great pity it was never finished.



  • duyular n aldat c l na y nelik bir ge i ten sonra prensin t keni i, yar m b rak lmas ndan anlad m yazar n da devam edesi gelmemi


  • I still wonder how it is possible that such a weird story, that an unfinished story such as this one can appeal to the human heart so very much How is it possible to like this novel Schiller never finished and how is it possible that this novel influenced so many other authors of the same period Yes, it did all that And I loved it and read it twice This is a masterpiece of German literature and I must say that I admire the work of other German writers, such as E.T.A Hoffmann, for example.


  • Tamamlanmam bu roman iki b l mden olu uyor Kitab ikiye b lmek olduk a kolay olmu tur diye d n yorum nk iki b l m aras nda g zle g r l r bir fark var lk b l m ne kadar heyecanl ve ilgi ekiciyse, ikinci b l m de bir o kadar s k c Yazar n tek roman olmas sebebiyle Schiller in t m romanlar n okudum u.u diyebilmek i in okunabilir.


  • Abrupt and unsatisfactory end to an otherwise beautifully written occult mystery full of political intrigue This edition is presented and bound in a gorgeous style, adding greatly to the reading experience.


  • The only thing to wish for with this novel philosophic discourse is that Schiller had managed to complete it.


  • The original secret society book, all the tropes are here but for the first time Published in 1791 this book is not the easiest to read and some of the language can be extremely outdated but the story is still fresh and the unintentional references that dozens of other works make to this story are fun to see.


  • Mystery story, a little bit like a Columbo episode in that you know who the victim is and the villain its just about finding out the how and why actually its also about finding out the what as the villains plan is one of those incredibly convoluted ones who s ultimate aim is vague at best.The victim the Prince is a minor royal and comes across a bit like a Kardashian, only known for his name and his social actions There s some nice critique of celebrity culture Ultimately though it is unfinished [...]


  • Quite tricky remembering who everyone is with their asterisked out names in the text The blurb is accurate saying the book is elliptical and entertaining A German prince staying in Venice encounters miraculous happenings but is able to be sceptical about them But then the certainties he grew up with get eroded away, and his friends see him start on a slippery slope to ruin.



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