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High Tide with Piktor's Metamorphosis: Stories by Hermann Hesse and Lao Tzu download epub

by Brad Johannsen,Herman Hesse,Bob Brockway,Karen Ghen


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Psychedelic rendering of Hermann Hesse's Pikt. Psychedelic rendering of Hermann Hesse's "Piktor's Metamorphosis," together with poetry & comics, adaptations of fables, & beautifully illustrated verse, including work by Lao-tzu.

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High Tide With Piktor's Metamorphosis: Stories By Hermann Hesse And Lao Tz. Psychedelic rendering of Hermann Hesse's "Piktor's Metamorphosis,'' together with poetry & comics, adaptations of fables, & beautifully illustrated verse, including work by Lao-tzu.

High Tide With Piktor's Metamorphosis: Stories By Hermann Hesse And Lao Tzu. Author: Brad Johannsen, Herman Hesse. 48 full-color pages, unpaginated. High Tide With Piktor's Metamorphosis By Herman Hesse. Author: Brad; Brockway, Bob; & Ghen, Karen Johannsen.

Psychedelic rendering of Hermann Hesse's "Piktor's Metamorphosis,'' together with poetry & comics, adaptations of fables, & beautifully illustrated verse, including work by Lao-tzu. Learn more about this copy.

HERMANN HESSE (1877-1962) was born in Calw, a small southern German town in the northern Black Forest, in July 1877. In 1895, at age eighteen, Hermann Hesse struck out for himself by taking work in a Basel bookstore

HERMANN HESSE (1877-1962) was born in Calw, a small southern German town in the northern Black Forest, in July 1877. He was the son and grandson of a family of strict Pietist missionaries, a heritage that affected him deeply throughout his life. In 1895, at age eighteen, Hermann Hesse struck out for himself by taking work in a Basel bookstore. It took him nine more years of writing, however, to establish himself with his first full-length novel, Peter Camenzind (1904), followed by Beneath the Wheel (1906), Gertrud (1910), and Rosshalde (1914), as well as a wealth of short fiction, including Knulp (1915).

Pictor's Metamorphoses. Authors: Hermann Hesse. From Careno to Morbio and beyond, people knew of him and told stories about hi. oreLess Show More Show Less. 10 2. /10 Your: Rate.

A new translation by David Horrocks. This classic novel of self-discovery has inspired generations of seekers. With parallels to the enlightenment of the Buddha, Hesse's Siddhartha is the story of a young Brahmin's quest for the ultimate reality. His quest takes him from the extremes of indulgent sensuality to the rigors of ascetism and self-denial. At last he learns that wisdom cannot be taught - it must come from one's own experience and inner struggle.

Hermann Hesse - n Works. Any type of book or journal citing Hermann Hesse as a writer should appear on this list. Below you'll find a Hermann Hesse books list, including published and even unpublished works. The full bibliography of the author Hermann Hesse below includes book jacket images whenever possible. Items featured on this list include everything from Siddhartha to Steppenwolf.

Psychedelic rendering of Hermann Hesse's "Piktor's Metamorphosis,'' together with poetry & comics, adaptations of fables, & beautifully illustrated verse, including work by Lao-tzu. 48 full-color pages, unpaginated. Folio-sized softcover.

Comments: (6)

Roru
This book has special meaning to me and the stories are great. a masterpiece to me and many of my cronies are anxious to see it.
Anayajurus
Ever since a mystery person took this book from my storage when i was out of town 30 years ago I have searched for an affordable copy, because out of all pictorial art from the psychedelic era, this is the closest to my heart. The inspired composition, the use of visual perspective and color to depict multi-dimensional overlays, and the fantastical beauty in the relationship of parallel worlds and beings is entirely unique. It was obviously a labor of love and has a sweetness of innocence that is enchanting.
Bev
Like others writing here, a friend bought this in 1972 and we never could figure out who wrote and illustrated it, or why. It was obviously not a product of The Print Mint, or in other words a "ZAP" COMIX product. It's almost like it was literally a multi-dimensional or evanescent work, because his copy too, faded away and I've never seen another one since. It truly has some amazing, deeply layered illustrations that are great examples of psychedelic art and beautifully executed as well. I'm glad I have found some copies now online, because I would like to get one again and revisit the images - it's been a long time!
Yannara
Years after I lent my copy of High Tide to a blond-haired hippie who was the only bright mind that I met while working swing shift at a toothbrush factory (odd that another reviewer also lent, and never again saw, their copy of High Tide), I happened to meet Brad Johannsen in a conference room floating about the New York Public Library, where he opened a drawing book, borrowed some colored pencils from the art department, and instantly created a cover for a small booklet ... for cash (Brad was broke). Brad didn't own a single copy of his own books, and he had an interview coming up... so we agreed to meet again and I gave him my copy of his second book, Occupied Spaces. Although both books are out of my hands, forever it seems, the images stay, and I see them again in my mind's eye in unexpected moments, in landscapes, in buildings/rivers/faces. His artwork has associations that run deep below consciousness, and invite an upwelling of the dream world.
Lestony
This book helped me gain insight into a painful metamorphosis of my own. I have never forgotten it. It was stolen from me. This is the epitome of psychedelic art from the period.
Cerar
I have been looking for this book for a long time. I thought I had lost my own personal copy and couldn't remember the title. I just recently found it and was thrilled to find some copies for sale on Amazon as my daughter wants one. The book helps define an era that was very memorable to me. It is very creative both in text and illustrations. Thanks Amazon!
High Tide with Piktor's Metamorphosis: Stories by Hermann Hesse and Lao Tzu download epub
Author: Brad Johannsen,Herman Hesse,Bob Brockway,Karen Ghen
ISBN: 0517501198
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Crown Publishing Group; First Edition edition (March 1972)
Pages: 48 pages