[Epub] ➚ Geniul şi zeiţa By Aldous Huxley – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk

Geniul şi zeiţa Geniul Si Zeita Remeaza Citeva Evenimente Importante Din Viata Protagonistului, Fizicianul John Rivers Acesta Este Singurul Care Mai Poate Face Lumina Intr O Serie De Evenimente Tragice, Survenite Pe Vremea Cind Se Bucura De Afectiunea Si Aprecierea Mentorului Sau, Henry Maartens, Si Mai Ales Ale Sotiei Acestuia, Katy, Femeia Fara De Care Genialul Henry Se Simte Pierdut Pentru Adolescentul Rivers, Crescut Dupa Principii Spartane De O Mama Habotnica, Rastimpul Petrecut In Sinul Excentricei Familii Maartens Reprezinta O Aventura Spirituala Exploziva, Cu Urmari Care I Vor Marca Intreaga Viata.

10 thoughts on “Geniul şi zeiţa

  1. says:

    I am sitting here with a USB stick I have just received from Australia, compliments of my mother, on which she has painstakingly copied hundreds of files from the floppy disks of my youth, amongst which I am convinced lies the key to my writerly fame and fortune The last said very much tongue in cheek ...

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    Aldous Huxley was at one time one of my favorite writers, about three or four decades ago I still love reading him, because I never know when I will turn a corner and suddenly encounter myself as a young man That young man was impressed by sheer portentousness, by the introduction of philosophical elements in essays and fiction.Now I see that Huxley was a dualist, deeply torn between the intellect and man s animal nature This comes out most particularly in Brave New World, and also to a large Aldous Huxley was at one time one of my favorite writers, about three or four decades ago I still love reading him, because I never know when I will turn a corner and suddenly encounter myself as a young man That young man was impressed by sheer portentousness, by the introduction of philosophical elements in essays and fiction.Now I se...

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    A brief attempt at capturing human ecstasy Huxley captures the difference between loving out of obligation and involuntary adoration As much as we try to create the person we are and are to become, the deep rooted elements of our personalities develop subconsciously and beyond our control This novel may be short but is a holistic exploration of sensuality and sexuality and freedom and containment from the perspective of a man who tries to bethan just a man Most quotable book, like, ev A brief attempt at capturing human ecstasy Huxley captures the difference between loving out of obligation and involuntary adoration As much as we try to c...

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    Absolutely loved this book Beautiful examination of what it means to be human Has taken the place as my favorite book I ve ever read.

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    This book had a Lolita feel, only in reverse You will see what I mean when you read it.The major themes, as far as i remember as this was a while ago, are the results of a sheltered lifeand dedicating oneself to education alone, ne...

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    I love it when I accidentally stumble upon a piece of literary treasure that leaves me changed, for the better, in having read it.Huxley manages to capture the Grace of a Goddess, her husband, a Genius, the dynamics of their family unit and household and the unsuspecting guest John Rivers who is invited into their world and lives Told conversationally and in recollection over the course of one evening, we learn of the impact made to John Rivers life and universe when he experiences love, pas I love it when I accidentally stumble upon a piece of literary treasure that leaves me changed, for the better, in having read it.H...

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    Yet another devastating masterpiece by one of the greatest writers of out time The Genius and The Goddess is vintage Huxley at his desolate best A scarring tragedy where impiety jousts with instinct, petulance grapples with philosophy and rationality loses out to ravishing lust A young and talented John Rivers arrives at the family home of the eccentric albeit enormously gifted Theoretical Physicist and Nobel Laureate Henry Maartens after accepting an offer to be his laboratory and teaching Yet another devastating masterpiece by one of the greatest writers of out time The Genius and The Goddess is vintage Huxley at his desolate best A scarring tragedy where impiety jousts with instinct, petulance grapples with philosophy and rationality loses o...

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    Aldous Huxley The Genius and the Goddess at 168 pages isof a novella than a novel It is tightly written without being spare Narrator John Rivers tell the story of how he matured from a narrow hyper religious man child a modern man aware of but with no answers to the complexities of the larger world This is intelligent writing It respects the reader who is ultimately asked to judge the speaker who is not able to resolve the moral conflict thrust upon him Highly recommended.In Huxley s Aldous Huxley The Genius and the Goddess at 168 pages isof a novella than a novel It is tightly written without being spare Narrator John Rivers tell the story of how he matured from a narrow hyper religious man child a modern man aware of but with no answers to the complexities of the larger world This is intelligen...

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    Am zis ca e timpul sa incep sa scriu cat mai repede despre romanele pe care le termin, altminteri se aduna prea multe, si e posibil sa uit amanunte relativ importante despre subiectele lor.E prima mea incercare cu domnul Huxley, desi am fost in scurta posesie si a Minunatei lume noi, asta vara, dar n am avut rabdarea necesara sa o parcurg Intr un fel, imi pare rau, dar, la acea vreme, traversam o perioada intr atat de proasta incat chiar nu prea aveam chef de lectura, daramite de vreun fel de p Am zis ca e timpul sa incep sa scriu cat mai repede despre romanele pe care le termin, altminteri se aduna prea multe, si e posibil sa uit amanunte relativ importante despre subiectele lor.E prima mea incercare cu domnul Huxley, desi am fost in scurta posesie si a Minunatei lume noi, asta vara, dar n am avut rabdarea necesara sa o parcurg Intr un fel, imi pare rau, dar, la acea vreme, traversam o perioada intr atat de proasta incat chiar nu prea aveam chef de lectura, daramite de vreun fel de poveste SF genul asta mi pune tot timpul probleme, in sensul ca mi vine destul de greu sa mi imaginez chestii care nu exista in realitate, sau care ...

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    First thought as I closed this book I need to read this again The theories were a bit tiring to read in the way they were fitted into the story It always shows when a non fiction writer writes fiction, eg Carl Sagan in Contact Once the story started moving and the large theories gave way a bit , it becameinteresting The story itself, universal and timeless, is plain and simple in the sense of every day normality, no unnaturally dramatic twists or peculiar events Even the awe s First thought as I closed this book I need to read this again The theories were a bit tiring to read in the way they were fitted into the story It always shows when a non fiction writer writes fiction, eg Carl Sagan in Contact Once the story started moving and the large theories gave way a bit , it becameinteresting The story itself, universal and timeless, is plain and simple in the sense of every day normality, no unnaturally dramatic twists or peculiar events Even the awe striking closure is hardly outside the sphere of normality But the emotional depth of the characters make it very interesting They are so well developed that ...

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