- The Glass Bead Game. Paulk, J. Sara // Library Journal;4/1/2009, Vol. 134 Issue 6, p48
The article reviews the audiobook "The Glass Bead Game," by Hermann Hesse.
- What's Learning For? HORNBECK II, J. PATRICK // America;5/13/2013, Vol. 208 Issue 16, p19
The author discusses how the vision of the interconnectedness of knowledge in Swiss author and Nobel Prize winner Herman Hesse's book "The Glass Bead Game" has found expression in Jesuit colleges and universities. He talks about how Jesuit educational institutions encourage students to shape...
- Institutional Crisis: State and Scholar in Hermann Hesse's "The Glass Bead Game" and Walter Miller's "A Canticle for Leibowitz." Texter, Douglas W. // Extrapolation (University of Texas at Brownsville);Spring2008, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p122
Presents literary criticism of the books "The Glass Bead Game" by Hermann Hesse and "A Canticle for Leibowitz" by Walter Miller. It presents an argument that both Hesse and Miller provide an extended commentary on the relationship between political power and academic knowledge. It also cites...
- The Radical Appeal of Hermann Hesse's Alternative Community. Wilde, Lawrence // Utopian Studies;1999, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p86
Discusses the alternative enlightened communities created by Hermann Hesse in his novels `The Journey to the East' and `The Glass Bead Game.' Social philosophy of Hesse; Utopian elements of Hesse's alternative community; Reason for creating a flawed utopia.
- The Search for Enlightenment. Puchalik, Robert S. // Literary Theme: The Search for Enlightenment;2006, p1
This essay explores the theme of the search for enlightenment in Hermann Hesse's novel "Siddartha."
- Rosshalde. Courtines, Pierre // America;3/7/1970, Vol. 122 Issue 9, p248
The article reviews the book "Rosshalde," by Hermann Hesse.
- La novela de formaciÃ³n de Hermann Hesse como testimonio de una identidad y una filosofÃa de la vida: la construcciÃ³n del outsider en El lobo estepario. Sahuquillo, Irene Martínez // Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie V, Historia ContemporÃ¡nea;2011, Issue 23, p73
The purpose of this paper is to study Hermann Hesse's Bildungsroman and, in particular, The Steppenwolf, as a document of testimonial character expressing a deeply romantic worldview, in revolt against contemporary society, and displaying an specific identity construction, that of the outsider...
- POLITICAL AMBIVALENCE IN HESSE'S 'STEPPENWOLF. Hollk, Andrew // Modern Language Review;Jan1978, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p110
The article focuses on the political ambivalence reflected in author Hermann Hesse's book "Steppenwolf." The author examines the extent to which the novel may be considered within the context of its day to be politically ambivalent. The author assumes that writings, fictional or documentary, do...
- Demian. // New Yorker;6/19/1965, Vol. 41 Issue 18, p125
The article reviews the book "Demian," by Hermann Hesse.