Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse

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Title: Siddhartha.
Writer(s): Hermann Hesse.
Translator(s): Hilda Rosner.
Publisher: Bantam Books.
Format: Mass Market Paperback.
Release Date: 1981 (First Published in 1922).
Pages: 152.
Genre(s): Classics, Philosophy.
ISBN13:  9780553208849.
My Overall Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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15 thoughts on “Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse

  1. I’ve read Siddartha in school and then again for my Chris Evans reading experiment, because it’s one of his favorites, and the book still holds up. I have to say that I read it in German, so that was a bit of a struggle, since I read so rarely in my primary language, but I’m glad to have revisited it. I really enjoyed reading your thoughts on it. Such a great review!

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    1. I’m definitely envious that you get to read it in its original language! I think you did the same with Steppenwolfe too, if I remember correctly. It’s also so cool that we have this read in common! Thank you so much for reading my review, Kat! I appreciate it a lot. 😀

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  2. I picked up an ebook of this one a number of years ago. I wasn’t too familiar with the book but I’d heard of the author and I knew it was a classic of sorts so wanted to try it. I’m pleased to see you enjoyed it and I still look forward to trying it.

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    1. So far, both Steppenwolfe and Siddhartha worked quite well in English, with the editions I had but I wouldn’t be able to say if there are better translations out there. However, I wouldn’t be surprised if Polish editions do a better job at capturing the essence of his writing hahah

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