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Rosshalde. (Allemand) Relié – 1961

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Un peu à part dans l'univers d'Hermann Hesse, "Rosshalde" n'en demeure pas moins un chef d'oeuvre.
Ici le romancier (et philosophe) laisse un peu de place au peintre qu'Hermann Hesse était (à ses heures perdues) et on sent bien que cette univers lui est hautement familier.
Le processus de création et la vision "totale" de la nature qui habite le héros de ce livre est ici d'une vérité criante.
L'autre aspect de ce livre est moins lumineux que les reflets du soleil sur le lac de Rosshalde, c'est l'incommunicabilité entre un homme et sa femme et son fils ainé, la tendresse que tous portent au plus jeune fils et la conséquence que cette ambiance étouffante aura sur la santé de celui-ci.
L'ambivalence entre une nature idéalisée et rendue "vivante" sous les mots de Hesse et la sécheresse des rapports humains, rendue encore plus apre par une écriture froide et analytique, fait de ce livre une oeuvre très sombre mais que l'on aura cependant plaisir à redécouvrir de temps en temps.
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HASH(0x93832294) étoiles sur 5 Reads Like a Painting 26 juillet 2001
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In Rosshalde, Hesse draws on his own life experience to describe the feelings of resigned loneliness surrounding the loveless marriage of painter Johann Veraguth and his wife, Adele. The famous painter lives alone in his studio on the same grounds as the house harboring his wife and son. This estate, Rosshalde, becomes the serene backdrop for the melancholy tale of a man whose love for his son has kept him in a stagnant state of resignation. A visit from an old friend finally stirs the emotions that have long been lurking inside of Veraguth, granting him the insight he will need to be free of his own self-made prison. Lyrical and deeply sad, Rosshalde is not Hesse's best work, but it may indeed be his most emotionally sincere.
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HASH(0x938732dc) étoiles sur 5 Hesse's most honest, most intimate prose 20 juillet 2003
Par James Prell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In this short but unexpectedly brilliant novel, Hesse crafts a landscape of feelings, terrors, and dreams that reflects itself both in the artistic visions of the story's main character and in the dissembling beauty of the story's setting, the estate Rosshalde. Exposing layer after layer of secret thoughts and frustrations, this book is a rich tapestry of all the colors that belong to the palette of human experience.
The tale begins amidst a failing marriage, a blooming career, and a poisonous atmosphere of thoughts unspoken and wishes unfulfilled. Johann Veraguth and his wife Adele live just a short walk away from each other at the artist's splendid country estate, though their souls have drifted worlds apart. The only connection between them, a spoiled but charming child, Pierre, rather than bringing them together in a time of crisis, becomes a thorn in their side--the one love in both of their lives, and yet the most painful physical reminder of their lost marital happiness. Then a glimmer of light shines on Johann's miserable life: the promise of a new life, a death and rebirth. How the man learns to understand his selfishness and his error, how he comes to grasp the full meaning of his search for beauty and happiness, becomes the horrifyingly honest and candidly autobiographical plot of this book.
Though perhaps not as uplifting as _Siddhartha_ or as epiphanic as _Journey to the East_, this book far outshines Hesse's other works in its unflinching depiction of mental struggle, of discontent, depression, and self-criticism. The way Hesse explores each character's soul--especially in the uncanny synthesis of childish naivete and prophetically mature understanding in Pierre's nightmarish daydreams--is sublime. His final portrayal of hope for an end to self-annihilating unhappiness is not pessimistic, but real and heartfelt.
The pain and yearning in this book is real and heartfelt, and the ultimate hope it breathes equally so. Read it slowly, take in the landscape of Hesse's painting, and leave it with a resolve to live your life, to be you.
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HASH(0x93c62f3c) étoiles sur 5 My favorite Hesse novel 17 décembre 1999
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I've read most Hesse's work, and after long and hard deliberation(not really) I have found Rosshalde to just barely beat out The Steppenwolf. We know Hesse as being a very mystical writer, but this book is vibrantly real, and moving. If you want to understand Hesse as a person, and not as a writer, this is the book to read- it is similar to events that occured in his life. The question is then asked, should the artist(and this I mean writers, musicians, etc.) have a typical family? This is a question that will never be answered with a yes or no, but this book is accurate in exposing both sides of the battle.
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HASH(0x93836768) étoiles sur 5 Good but not brilliant 28 janvier 2001
Par Zandra - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Although "Rosshalde" is a good book, it is not one of Hesse's best books. It lacks the acuity and depth of some of his other later works such as "Steppenwolf," "Demian" and "Narcissus and Goldmund." The strong point of the book, however, is that it makes the reader realize how precious life is and how one should not waste it in unhappiness.
Hesse tells a somewhat autobiographical story about a person who must make a choice between happiness and his family. The protagonist, Johann Veraguth, loves his child, Pierre, immensely. Estranged from his wife and despised by his oldest child, Albert, he cannot endure living a life devoid of love. For years, the only enjoyment the painter experiences is his love for Pierre and for his work. (And, as Hesse illustrates, sometimes his love for his work makes him emotionally unavailable to the child.) The story accurately describes the emotions of a person who must make a choice between two exclusive desires. Does he choose to pursue his dreams or to stay with his child? Only the reader will find out.
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HASH(0x9382f42c) étoiles sur 5 Unexpected Tragedy 10 octobre 2000
Par Adam - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A German/Swiss poet and mystic, Hesse was influenced by Jung's ideas of the unconcious and the collective unconscious, and later by Buddhist philosophy. In "Rosshalde", the protaganist Veraguth, a world-renowned painter, is suffering creative block. His marriage is breaking down, and he and his wife stay together out of love for Rosshalde, their beautiful country estate, and devotion to their young son, Pierre. Veraguth's problems seem beyond cure-until enexpected tragedy forces him to come to terms with himself, and so to find peace at last.
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