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But what it certainly doesn’t do is get kids interested in philosophy, give them room to think, to philosophize, to dream. Only philosophers use their brain and are noble and good?
Tell her that if and when she ulmea to come online, I would like to be her friend. D” I’ve tried to translate it and adapt it into English as good as I could. I hope I haven’t done very big mistakes and I hope is readable and understandable. And why does her mail keep turning up?
Although the book is not about mothers and fathers, parents play a large role in the characters’ lives, and the way Gaarder portrays mothers as meddling, clueless, domestic drones and fathers as intelligent, authoritative and absent heroes says more about Gaarder’s own life than I think he intended it to. Want to Read saving….
View all 3 comments. Here I need to get revolted and bluntly say: A woman from Grimm’s Fairy Tales gives them food before they prepare to witness Knag’s return to LillesandHilde’s jotsein. Trivia About Sophie’s World. This gaarde a re-read for me. She’s not a goodreads user. Its a very interesting premise and offers substantial summary to many popular philosophical elements.
However, it’s also unusual that a book would seem at least moderately intriguing and appealing for pages, then flop. Sophie is a young girl who is taught the history of philosophy from a philosopher who starts out by leaving messages in her mailbox.
Lumea Sofiei by Jostein Gaarder. It is also possible that he is an amazing writer who gaqrder he’s arrogant, but I don’t really believe that see 1.
As if someone desperately wanted to teach kids about philosophy and thus spun a little story around texts that usually belong in a school book. It struck a cord basically because I felt like Jostein’s cookie-cutter adult. It just feels horribly artificial, as do her dialogues with her mother and Alberto. Romanian and, see below, English. I filled in with other books Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Lumea Sofiei.
A message for Mr. I had to force myself to finish this book and I would read it whenever I was unable to sleep at night. The story revolves around a 14 or 15 year old girl with no real personality seriously, it’s like shaped by this Alberto man. The actual story – far worse than the philosophy.
Who cares what you think life is, or what it’s about? I would probably recommend it, however, for a young adult interested in learning about philosophy. I ditched the book and asked my sister what happened with the one interesting storyline, to which she told me it was anticlimatic and managed to only bore her whilst trying to prove a philosophical point.
Lumea Sofiei by Jostein Gaarder (2 star ratings)
Ah well, philosophy and books about philosophy are not for everyone. Her mother is around and exercise mild curiosity in her daughter’s life but doesn’t necessarily get involved. Usually I am little more kind in book reviews, but I do not understand all the fuss about this one. A good reference to understand how weak this book is seems to be, and I strongly recommend it to you, Lower Barry’s book.
This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Now that we know Sophie’s World is in the major’s mind. Mike Roocroft This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ She doesn’t, the Major thinks he is in the real world with full control over Sophie and Alberto’s lives as he is the author, not knowing that he only …more She doesn’t, the Major thinks he is in the real world with full control over Sophie and Alberto’s lives as he is the author, not knowing that he only lives in the imagination of Jostein Josteun who is the second silent author.
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I happen to have had a cla D Trotzdem war da etwas, dass mich neugierig auf das Ende gemacht hat und so habe ich es durchgezogen. Paperbackpages.
By the novel had been translated into fifty-nine languages, with over forty million print copies sold.