[E–pub READ] (Die unendliche Geschichte)


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  • Die unendliche Geschichte
  • Michael Ende
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  • 10 August 2020
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Free download Die unendliche Geschichte Read & download å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free á Michael Ende Michael Ende á 2 Read Ntazie a Bastián se do ní dostane skrze stránky neméně zvláštní knihy Spolu s fantazijním chlapcem Átrejem – „synem všech“ – prož. Although I have read this book than twenty times I have until now never actually written a longer and involved review for Michael Ende s utterly amazing The Neverending Story I have also never read it in English I first read it in German in the early 80s I believe and I have reread it regularly over the years Die unendliche Geschichte is thus truly one of my all time favourite German children s literature books I loveadore everything about this novel including the ingenious way the chapters are arranged as well as the different colour fonts red for reality blue for Fantastica or Phant sien in German For me the different fonts are not only an ingenious plot and narrative device they also represent the separation of fantasy and reality However the fantastical first letters of each of the 26 chapters representing the 26 letters of the alphabet are all at least in my own copy of the book presented in the same reddish font as the parts of the story that take place in the real world even for those chapters based wholly and entirely in Fantastica this shows on a visual level that while fantasy and reality might be separate spheres and different from one another they are nevertheless forever linkedI remember when we were reading this very novel in the Children s Literature Group than a few years ago one of my GR friends Kirei asked if the story actually ever did end And I have to admit that when I first read Die unendliche Geschichte as a teenager I kept searching for other novels by the Michael Ende about Fantastica as he was always hinting at precisely that eventuality but that is another story until I finally realised that this was just a plot device At first this bothered me a bit I actually felt a wee bit cheated But then I realised how ingenious this particular plot device was and is It solidifies Michael Ende s belief that every book is a neverending story and that books engender other stories and so on and so on Further for a reader who might become somewhat nervous and apprehensive when reading exciting or frightening tales the fact that the author claims that there will be future tales of Fantastica gives a comforting but spoiler less reassurance that Fantastica will survive that the nothing the emptiness will not succeed in utterly destroying fantasy and the realms of the fantasticalIn the first part of Die unendliche Geschichte the main emphasis seems to be mostly on the absolute importance and necessity of fantasy and imagination and how the lack thereof is detrimental to not only the realms of Fantastica but also to the real world to reality While the story is never openly didactic it does possess an obvious message against pure materialism and the disallowance and discrediting of fantasy and imagination The childlike empress will succumb to her illness and with her all of Fantastica unless a human being can enter Fantastica and give the empress a new name humans used to regularly find their way to the realms of fantasy but they are seemingly losing this ability or are perhaps unwilling or afraid to make use of it And while Bastian does in fact possess said fantasy and imagination he is also at first too unsure of himself to give the empress the name he has created for her moon child Indeed the empress must resort to trickery and subterfuge in order to persuade Bastian to finally utter her name to stop the nothing and to himself become part of the world of Fantastica to enter into the latter s realmIn the second part of the story Bastian is then given the opportunity and the task to use the power of his own imagination his own wishes and desires to reconstruct Fantastica At first it seems that there are no limits imposed in fact the empress actually tells Bastian that he should do what he wishes what he wants There are essential internal limits though namely that Bastian s main responsibility his main goal is to find the nature of his one true his dearest desire which is something that Bastian only learns slowly bit by bit And it rapidly becomes apparent that Bastian s desires to be strong and courageous of wanting to change his outward appearance are not only not his actual true wishes they portray that Bastian at this time only uses imagination and fantasy as an escape from a world from a reality that he does not like very much a world where he can neither love nor be and feel loved Bastian thus does not truly reconstruct Fantastica by creating new realms of fantasy he uses these mostly to escape from both reality and his own personality In fact Bastian actually becomes majorly dictatorial even attempting to usurp power from the childlike empress Luckily for him this proves unsuccessful and faced with the loss of his memories Bastian finally realises that his dearest wish is to love himself to be able to love that without love there truly is absolutely nothingDie unendliche Geschichte The Neverending Story therefore demonstrates and demonstrates this clearly and shiningly how the interaction and interplay of fantasy and reality of Fantastica and humanity only succeeds if one strives to use fantasy and imagination to improve reality and that because Bastian is unable to love either the world or himself he uses fantasy not to improve reality but to escape from it to even destroy it perhaps This fault this main problematic issue causes Bastian to almost become permanently stranded in Fantastica which might at first not seem such a bad result except that becoming stranded in Fantastica also means losing one s memories losing one s soul and sanity In the end it is almost too late for Bastian and basically even though he has realised what his greatest desire is love it is only Atreju s friendship which allows Bastian to regain all of his memories and be allowed to return with new vigour and with enlightenment to the real world Atreju takes over the responsibility of finishing all of the stories that had been started by Bastian and it is this which liberates Bastian allowing his return to reality and to sanity and memoryWith Bastian s return we also notice that Bastian has not only learned how to love and also allowed his father to love again he has also learned to take responsibility for his actions Bastian himself goes to Mr Coreander to tell him about taking the book he does not rely on his father to do this although his father does indeed offer Thus the main point of Die unendliche Geschichte at least for me personally is and always will be that imagination and fantasy are essential for life and happiness but that they must also not be used as an escape mechanism as a bandaid type of solution they should they must be utilised in a responsible moderate temperate manner They are to be used as a tool an enjoyable tool but a tool nevertheless as a method of allowing fantasy and reality to exist together in friendship and harmony And as such Michael Ende s The Neverending Story also harkens back very strongly and stridently to the German Enlightenment to the era of the Aufkl riung where part of the main thematics was a striving for moderation for the middle road for a combination of reality and fantasy with reality being enhanced with and by fantasy and fantasy being tempered with and by reality and realism Michael Ende is therefore both an acolyte and a shining mirror image of one of my favourite German Enlightenment authors Christoph Martin Wieland whose work always strives for a combination of fantasy and reality for moderation and a rejection of any form of extremism including idealism everything must be moderate and centrist Dr Eve Zombie Killer Book #1 early 80s I believe and I have reread it regularly over the years Die unendliche Geschichte is thus truly one of my all time favourite German children s literature books I loveadore Freak of Nature Lost Witch #1 everything about this novel including the ingenious way the chapters are arranged as well as the different colour fonts red for reality blue for Fantastica or Phant sien in German For me the different fonts are not only an ingenious plot and narrative device they also represent the separation of fantasy and reality However the fantastical first letters of An Army at Dawn The War in Africa 1942 1943 even for those chapters based wholly and Capitalism and Classical Social Theory Third Edition entirely in Fantastica this shows on a visual level that while fantasy and reality might be separate spheres and different from one another they are nevertheless forever linkedI remember when we were reading this very novel in the Children s Literature Group than a few years ago one of my GR friends Kirei asked if the story actually Lascivious Something ever did Feminism Art Theory end And I have to admit that when I first read Die unendliche Geschichte as a teenager I kept searching for other novels by the Michael Ende about Fantastica as he was always hinting at precisely that Drowned by Water The Cloud Warrior Saga #25 eventuality but that is another story until I finally realised that this was just a plot device At first this bothered me a bit I actually felt a wee bit cheated But then I realised how ingenious this particular plot device was and is It solidifies Michael Ende s belief that Heat Parker Reed #1 every book is a neverending story and that books Scrooge The Musical engender other stories and so on and so on Further for a reader who might become somewhat nervous and apprehensive when reading From Julia Child's Kitchen exciting or frightening tales the fact that the author claims that there will be future tales of Fantastica gives a comforting but spoiler less reassurance that Fantastica will survive that the nothing the Dragon's Fin Soup and Other Modern Siamese Fables emptiness will not succeed in utterly destroying fantasy and the realms of the fantasticalIn the first part of Die unendliche Geschichte the main 75 Classic Rides Oregon emphasis seems to be mostly on the absolute importance and necessity of fantasy and imagination and how the lack thereof is detrimental to not only the realms of Fantastica but also to the real world to reality While the story is never openly didactic it does possess an obvious message against pure materialism and the disallowance and discrediting of fantasy and imagination The childlike Island of Ignorance The Third Cthulhu Companion empress will succumb to her illness and with her all of Fantastica unless a human being can Metes and Bounds A Novel enter Fantastica and give the Keystone Cornerstone #2 empress the name he has created for her moon child Indeed the The goose girl A North South picture book empress must resort to trickery and subterfuge in order to persuade Bastian to finally utter her name to stop the nothing and to himself become part of the world of Fantastica to Taking Heart enter into the latter s realmIn the second part of the story Bastian is then given the opportunity and the task to use the power of his own imagination his own wishes and desires to reconstruct Fantastica At first it seems that there are no limits imposed in fact the The Baroness Black Gold empress actually tells Bastian that he should do what he wishes what he wants There are Fabulous Monsters essential internal limits though namely that Bastian s main responsibility his main goal is to find the nature of his one true his dearest desire which is something that Bastian only learns slowly bit by bit And it rapidly becomes apparent that Bastian s desires to be strong and courageous of wanting to change his outward appearance are not only not his actual true wishes they portray that Bastian at this time only uses imagination and fantasy as an Addis Aläm escape from a world from a reality that he does not like very much a world where he can neither love nor be and feel loved Bastian thus does not truly reconstruct Fantastica by creating new realms of fantasy he uses these mostly to Payback in Wayback escape from both reality and his own personality In fact Bastian actually becomes majorly dictatorial The Satires of Horace Campus even attempting to usurp power from the childlike The Wicked Ones empress Luckily for him this proves unsuccessful and faced with the loss of his memories Bastian finally realises that his dearest wish is to love himself to be able to love that without love there truly is absolutely nothingDie unendliche Geschichte The Neverending Story therefore demonstrates and demonstrates this clearly and shiningly how the interaction and interplay of fantasy and reality of Fantastica and humanity only succeeds if one strives to use fantasy and imagination to improve reality and that because Bastian is unable to love Introduction to the Methods of Grigori Grabovoi either the world or himself he uses fantasy not to improve reality but to Upon the Head of the Goat A Childhood in Hungary 1939 1944 escape from it to Concentration Exercises even destroy it perhaps This fault this main problematic issue causes Bastian to almost become permanently stranded in Fantastica which might at first not seem such a bad result An Epiphany Manual on the Art and Discipline of Formation In Common A Fresh Approach to the Ancient Practice of Spiritual Direction except that becoming stranded in Fantastica also means losing one s memories losing one s soul and sanity In the Reckless Need Hearts Temptation #3 end it is almost too late for Bastian and basically Acta Templarorium - Prosopographie templiers even though he has realised what his greatest desire is love it is only Atreju s friendship which allows Bastian to regain all of his memories and be allowed to return with new vigour and with The Canterbury Tales enlightenment to the real world Atreju takes over the responsibility of finishing all of the stories that had been started by Bastian and it is this which liberates Bastian allowing his return to reality and to sanity and memoryWith Bastian s return we also notice that Bastian has not only learned how to love and also allowed his father to love again he has also learned to take responsibility for his actions Bastian himself goes to Mr Coreander to tell him about taking the book he does not rely on his father to do this although his father does indeed offer Thus the main point of Die unendliche Geschichte at least for me personally is and always will be that imagination and fantasy are Foot Ways essential for life and happiness but that they must also not be used as an Lights Out Destination Darkness escape mechanism as a bandaid type of solution they should they must be utilised in a responsible moderate temperate manner They are to be used as a tool an Eighty Days of Sunlight enjoyable tool but a tool nevertheless as a method of allowing fantasy and reality to Hunter's Death The Sacred Hunt Book 2 exist together in friendship and harmony And as such Michael Ende s The Neverending Story also harkens back very strongly and stridently to the German Enlightenment to the The Short Fall era of the Aufkl riung where part of the main thematics was a striving for moderation for the middle road for a combination of reality and fantasy with reality being John Marshall The Man Who Made the Supreme Court enhanced with and by fantasy and fantasy being tempered with and by reality and realism Michael Ende is therefore both an acolyte and a shining mirror image of one of my favourite German Enlightenment authors Christoph Martin Wieland whose work always strives for a combination of fantasy and reality for moderation and a rejection of any form of Everest In vetta a un sogno extremism including idealism Beyond the Black Door everything must be moderate and centrist

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Free download Die unendliche Geschichte Read & download å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free á Michael Ende Michael Ende á 2 Read Příběh o Bastiánovi nesmělém a všemi spolužáky vysmívaném chlapci „synovi nikoho“ zavede čtenáře do zvláštního světa Je jím Fa. Read this to my daughter recently A very mixed bagFirst off I should say that although the book was written in 1979 it reads as though it were written in 1939 The translator has consistently reached for the most complicatedhigh falutin word available and as a result the child s book ends up unreadableincomprehensible to many modern kids I m not one for dumbing down but this goes the other way pointlesslyI saw the film around the time it came out years ago The book seems to reach the end of the film by about half way through That first half is cleverly done with a good idea about binding the reader and the adventure together in a meta way that works out really well The pacing is ok the imagination great chaotic but goodFor me Ende should have stopped there and wrapped it upThe second half of the book feels never ending It s a slow overdone meander through a fairly arbitrary world and the 8 year old I was reading it to we finished the book on her 9th birthday was like me less than gripped We soldiered on and on and onEventually the massively drawn out moral lesson reconstruction of our hero s personality completes and the final scenes of reunion are uite touching and upliftingSo the first half was a 4 for me the second half a 2 Join my 3 emails a year newsletter prizes

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Free download Die unendliche Geschichte Read & download å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free á Michael Ende Michael Ende á 2 Read Ije četná dobrodružství Nejednou se ocitne v nebezpečí stane se z něj hrdina a zmoudří Nakonec se vrátí tam kde je jeho místo – mezi li. I loved most of what I read yet I m stopping on page 352 I just can t continue And you know I m not entirely sure why I can t continue I just know that I can t But I have a theoryHaving loved the movie version of this in my youth the whole story is etched into the part of my psyche that deals with childhood that time when so much is new where much in the world is observed through an inner wonder of the mind and a stirring of the soul a magical state by adult standards Freud may have been a kook with some of his beliefs but psychologists today with all their studies and time tested proofs and technology measuring brainwaves chemicals etc now heavily emphasize the impact our childhood has on our adult self And self is everythingMuch of what I read captured me putting me in a state in which I was accessing stirred up feelings through a strange inner memory that I m incapable of generating even partly on my own without help as an adult The inability to directly replicate the magical feelings that used to be a normal part of our existence as children yet somehow being aware of them in some odd way now is in part I think why our childhood has the power to affect us so greatly Even though past thought processes can t be fully realized our greater psyche has a keen memory of them it knows exactly what once existed And sometimes we can reinvigorate hints of what we felt during parts of youth through songs pictures books and movies and if it s something that was specifically wonderful to us as children all the magical and powerful our hint of feeling now will be if triggered properlyI hadn t seen the movie in many years not since youth in fact So reading this swept me into that childlike place of consciousness where everything is awash in wonder Each piece of familiarity was somewhat cognizant yes I knew I had experienced these scenes before through the movie but the feelings they evoked were wonderfully vague and surreal awakening reminding some part of my inner self how the world seemed when newness and innocence ruled the day an encompassing sense of past magicThe movie version is completed at the book s halfway point so it shouldn t have been a surprise that that was when my captivation vanished The book is very well written and fantasy fans are sure to completely dig it it s a smart engaging book with important themes But its strong pull left me and I was unable to continue in the same state of enthrallment and wonderment Just like now as an adult I can never truly feel like a complete child again I can only hope to get dashes of that former self and can only do so in rare circumstancesBut when I am gifted such magic I will gladly take it and realize it for the priceless treasure that it surely is


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