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Die Weltwanderer

Die Weltwanderer by Karl Gjellerup
By: (1857-1919)

Die Weltwanderer by Karl Gjellerup is a thought-provoking and philosophical novel that delves into the themes of reincarnation, destiny, and the nature of existence. The story follows the souls of two individuals, Peter and Arne, as they navigate their way through multiple lifetimes, each time finding themselves in different roles and facing new challenges.

Gjellerup's writing style is elegant and poetic, drawing the reader in with vivid descriptions and deep introspection. The characters are well-developed and complex, making it easy to become emotionally invested in their journeys. The author seamlessly weaves together elements of Eastern and Western philosophy, creating a rich tapestry of ideas that will leave readers pondering the meaning of life long after they have finished the book.

Overall, Die Weltwanderer is a captivating and thought-provoking read that offers a unique exploration of the human experience. It is a timeless classic that will resonate with readers of all backgrounds and interests.

Book Description:
Karl Gjellerup war Däne, schrieb hauptsächlich auf Deutsch und wurde 1918 mit dem Nobelpreis für Literatur ausgezeichnet.

Der Roman "Die Weltwanderer" spielt in Nordindien in der ersten Hälfte des vorletzten Jahrhunderts. Die Protagonisten sind ein weiser indischen Minister, ein deutschen Gelehrten und seine hübsche Tochter und ein skrupellosen Engländer, der ein Freund Lord Byrons war. Um das buddhistische Konzept der Wiedergeburt webt Gjellerup seine Erzählung um ein altes Manuskript, Thugs, Intrigen, Leidenschaft und wahrer Liebe.
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