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  • Hardcover
  • 303 pages
  • The Harrowing of Hubertus
  • Edgar Mittelholzer
  • English
  • 14 February 2014

About the Author: Edgar Mittelholzer

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3 thoughts on “The Harrowing of Hubertus

  1. Daniel Gamboa Daniel Gamboa says:

    Originally published in 1954 as The Harrowing of Hubertus and as Hubertus the following year in the US this is Edgar Mittelholzer's second book of the Kaywana Trilogy It's also known by the titles Kaywana Stock and Kaywana Heritage in later paperback editions The original title suits the novel perfectly because this is mainly what Hubertus van Groenwegel is going through he is harrowed Hubertus is harrowed by many conflicts being loyal to the flesh and the spirit is the main cause of conflict within himself throughout the book Being loyal to the spirit is set by the rules of morality imposed by the church; rules which Mittelholzer criticizes as not being realistic or in accordance to the nature of the flesh Humans should also be loyal to the flesh for it is part of human nature a nature that God Himself created Men created morality which prevents them from being happy and which clashes and contradicts the nature God created In chapter 7 Mittelholzer states What troubles me is not the moral or ecclesiastical aspect of the matter but myself My own personal code My spirit is vulnerable in that it is wounded when my personal code the special particular philosophy I have shaped fo myself seems to me to have been contravened This is what depresses me This is what brings me closer to the grave Every time I contravene my personal code some part of me crumbles and Death takes two paces towards meHubertus is well admired in the community of Dutch and British planters and respected for being a man of wisdom However is it wise to keep contravening his personal code if this continually harrows him? Being loyal to the flesh is something Hubertus is not willing to give up so to listen to him complaining about how this harrows him from beginning to end makes him not exactly a likeable character Grandma Hendrikje from Children of Kaywana was a devilish woman and yet she seemed a interesting character because while brutal and cruel she stuck to her personal code Edward van Groenwegel Hubertus's younger cousin at some point in the book cannot stand Hubertus' double standards which made me think Oh so I'm not alone with this same feeling The novel has a historical setting and time It is set in Guiana during the end of the 1700's Slavery plantations the economy and the politics of the time are part of the story although this plays a second role I was looking forward to reading this novel I like novels about characters in crisis and this promised to be a good one I have read his sixth novel The Life and Death of Sylvia which is also about a character in crisis and loved it The Harrowing of Hubertus is still a good novel to read especially if you are a fan of Edgar Miteelholzer for its depth in this contradiction of men between God and human nature However I didn't finish reading it with the feeling I have had with his other novels I cannot wait to read it again

  2. Stefan Garcia Stefan Garcia says:

    Mittelholzer is certainly the best of the half dozen Guyanese writers I have read His first work that I had read was A Morning at the Office which is a literary gem The Kaywana books are historical epics similar to the work of Wilbur Smith Mittelholzer is better than Smith despite the similarity in themes because his psychology is much realistic There are no bad guys or good guys in this novel the author seems sympathetic to all his characters It is in compassion where the morality of the book succeeds Where the morality fails is in its rather shallow existential themes Our heroes always have to give up their values to be happy in this story with the exception of Rosalind whose morality leaves her bitter Mittelholzer is also interestingly forgiving of his women characters' sexuality There is not much of the double standard we associate with West Indian culture

  3. Leonard Lewis Leonard Lewis says:

    My first reading about life in Guyana

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3 thoughts on “The Harrowing of Hubertus

  1. Daniel Gamboa Daniel Gamboa says:

    Originally published in 1954 as The Harrowing of Hubertus and as Hubertus the following year in the US this is Edgar Mittelholzer's second book of the Kaywana Trilogy It's also known by the titles Kaywana Stock and Kaywana Heritage in later paperback editions The original title suits the novel perfectly because this is mainly what Hubertus van Groenwegel is going through he is harrowed Hubertus is harrowed by many conflicts being loyal to the flesh and the spirit is the main cause of conflict within himself throughout the book Being loyal to the spirit is set by the rules of morality imposed by the church; rules which Mittelholzer criticizes as not being realistic or in accordance to the nature of the flesh Humans should also be loyal to the flesh for it is part of human nature a nature that God Himself created Men created morality which prevents them from being happy and which clashes and contradicts the nature God created In chapter 7 Mittelholzer states What troubles me is not the moral or ecclesiastical aspect of the matter but myself My own personal code My spirit is vulnerable in that it is wounded when my personal code the special particular philosophy I have shaped fo myself seems to me to have been contravened This is what depresses me This is what brings me closer to the grave Every time I contravene my personal code some part of me crumbles and Death takes two paces towards meHubertus is well admired in the community of Dutch and British planters and respected for being a man of wisdom However is it wise to keep contravening his personal code if this continually harrows him? Being loyal to the flesh is something Hubertus is not willing to give up so to listen to him complaining about how this harrows him from beginning to end makes him not exactly a likeable character Grandma Hendrikje from Children of Kaywana was a devilish woman and yet she seemed a interesting character because while brutal and cruel she stuck to her personal code Edward van Groenwegel Hubertus's younger cousin at some point in the book cannot stand Hubertus' double standards which made me think Oh so I'm not alone with this same feeling The novel has a historical setting and time It is set in Guiana during the end of the 1700's Slavery plantations the economy and the politics of the time are part of the story although this plays a second role I was looking forward to reading this novel I like novels about characters in crisis and this promised to be a good one I have read his sixth novel The Life and Death of Sylvia which is also about a character in crisis and loved it The Harrowing of Hubertus is still a good novel to read especially if you are a fan of Edgar Miteelholzer for its depth in this contradiction of men between God and human nature However I didn't finish reading it with the feeling I have had with his other novels I cannot wait to read it again

  2. Stefan Garcia Stefan Garcia says:

    Mittelholzer is certainly the best of the half dozen Guyanese writers I have read His first work that I had read was A Morning at the Office which is a literary gem The Kaywana books are historical epics similar to the work of Wilbur Smith Mittelholzer is better than Smith despite the similarity in themes because his psychology is much realistic There are no bad guys or good guys in this novel the author seems sympathetic to all his characters It is in compassion where the morality of the book succeeds Where the morality fails is in its rather shallow existential themes Our heroes always have to give up their values to be happy in this story with the exception of Rosalind whose morality leaves her bitter Mittelholzer is also interestingly forgiving of his women characters' sexuality There is not much of the double standard we associate with West Indian culture

  3. Leonard Lewis Leonard Lewis says:

    My first reading about life in Guyana

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