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Schopenhauer in the Air

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Schopenhauer in the Air is a thought-provoking and imaginative novel that blends philosophy with fantasy. The author, Sadakichi Hartmann, creates a world where the ideas of the renowned philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer come to life in the form of a mysterious airship. The story is rich in symbolism and explores complex themes such as the nature of reality, the pursuit of happiness, and the meaning of life.

Hartmann's writing is lyrical and poetic, drawing the reader into a dreamlike atmosphere that is both enchanting and profound. The characters are well-developed and the dialogue is sharp and engaging, making it a compelling read for anyone interested in philosophy or metaphysics.

Overall, Schopenhauer in the Air is a unique and captivating novel that will leave readers questioning their own beliefs and perceptions of the world. Hartmann's blend of philosophy and fantasy creates a truly unforgettable reading experience that will stay with you long after you finish the book.

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Sadakichi Hartmann was an art and literary critic who wrote plays, short stories and several volumes of poetry. Hauntingly beautiful, these seven early short stories dance with themes of beauty and death, love and the soul, and existence itself. As found in the book's biographical note: sometimes a great author tears the mask from life, so we may look at the truth of beauty. Summary by Nemo.

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