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It has a great purpose and intriguing approach: I have to admit I really struggled with this book. Quotes from Lumea Sofiei. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Sophie wishes to ride in the rowboat but Alberto reminds her that as they are not real people, they cannot manipulate objects.
Holy macaroly batman, wow was it bad. Don’t get me wrong i don’t mind a bit of philosophy, but you know, in the context of my philosophy A level which i was forced to take and required to remember to exam standard. Now, it is at moments mildly engaging and fun in a mind-bending kind of a way, but unlike the not so smooth hint by Hilde that it’s a book you can’t just read once but must read over and over again and read between the lines it is not nearly interesting enough to re-read there are actual textbooks on philosophy after all and it was literally painful to finish.
Its a very interesting premise and offers substantial summary to many popular philosophical elements. Not only was I way too old as a target audience in to be able to enjoy it, I also hated it’s educational tone.
Oh my lord, this book is a “mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle”v”mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle””mere bagatelle” Joostein, A for pretentious blather. I thought she was irresponsible. Take a philosophy course, or read some meta fiction.
The only question I have after finishing it is, “this is meant for children, right? On top of that, Gaarder is not adept at the mystery genre, but tries to make this book a mystery story anyway. Gaarder barely connects his two storylines about a philosophy course, and a man writing a book about a philosophy course, and when they do intersect one is hard pressed to find the thematic relevance.
Optimistic and constructive books rated it 3 years ago http: 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.
Me ha parecido un libro enormemente sobrevalorado. I think many people praise it because of its cutesy story arc of fictional characters living in perpetuity outside of the w “Sophie’s World” is a trite and ploddingly written textbook trying to masquerade as a novel of meta fiction.
Sophie, if philosophy can teach us anything – I know it can’t, but hypothetically speaking- it is that we should doubt philosophy.
Title: Jostein Gaarder-Lumea Sofiei-Univers (1997)
Clearly i’m missing something if this book is famous. The two things this book has going for it are: The characters are as real as something you might cut out from the back of a cereal box.
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. She goes on with some pretty difficult expressions easily and on the other side you gaareer that she doesn’t understand the meaning of a simple sentence. You know it’s not sofiel I don’t get philosophy or that I never asked these questions, it’s just that I don’t dwell on them. I did not like this book one bit.
Then I passed out from the lack of sleep. Discover new books on Goodreads. The lessons are interlinked and progress chronologically.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Partly because they’re SO obviously characters, as in – they’re exceedingly two-dimensional and if you peruse any dialogue they’re engaged in at any point in the novel it makes luma wonder if Gaarder ever actually talked to a teenage girl? Sophie’s mother was very curious about this man, but she never forbade Sophie from seeing him or asked Sophie if everything was all right, and she only met him after the correspondence course had been going on for several months.
All very noble, great ideas but the execution of this story left a bitter taste in my mouth. The philosophy was a simplistic overview with gaps. Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels, short stories and children’s books. It gets two stars for the philosophy, minus three for plot and characters.
Review done in two languages: Don’t get me wrong i don’t mind a bit of philosophy, but you know, in the context of my philosophy A level which i was forced to take and required to remembe There is not an appropriate josteln for me to categorise this book as i did not read it exactly, i only read some of it and then gave up.
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Sophie practically writes her off a boring person who wouldn’t understand the conversation she was having with the older man. What went right in the beginning of with Sophie’s World? Archived kostein the original PDF on This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Now that we know Sophie’s World is in the major’s mind.