OK, I'm back, having finished. What I said above still stands, but I probably would have given it at most 2 stars, had I not been enamored of Stifter's language. It was too long and was composed of long instructive monologues on every subject imaginable, obviously directed at readers and not the other characters. This is a quintessential Bildungsroman from a time long gone. I would also add that I read not the edition shown above but the Project Gutenberg Ebook, 2 in its series by Adalbert Stifter.
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I was surprised at many errors that slipped through. In most PG books I've found no errors at all. At the end of this one, the publisher invites readers to report errors even years after its publication. If only this had been in the front of the book, I would have highlighted them as I went along. There's no way I could go back and find them all now. But PG books are free, so I owe the organization my thanks and some volunteer time. Ein anstrengendes Unterfangen. Die eigentliche Handlung, die wahrscheinlich nicht einmal ein Drittel des Werkes einnimmt, war a Ein anstrengendes Unterfangen.
Die eigentliche Handlung, die wahrscheinlich nicht einmal ein Drittel des Werkes einnimmt, war allerdings ganz nett. Etwas langatmig die Detailbeschreibungen, obwohl sie super geschrieben sind. Schreiben kann Stifter!
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Knigge gab es damals schon. I think I have never before read a book of almost pages describing everything to the smallest detail Not one page of the book was as interesting to me as it would have given me a reason to go on or motivate me. Boring, sorry. This strange and extremely slow moving novel by the 19th century Austrian writer Adalbert Stifter is one of my favorite novels of all time.
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So wird das synthetisch perfekte Heranreifen dargestellt. Feb 16, Monty Milne rated it liked it. But I found it hard going. I tried to think of it as like a calming symphony or a beautiful poem, but although it was quite good for lowering the blood pressure, I had to read it in small chunks because I kept falling asleep over the pages. I don't think it is really possible to write a successful novel with such an absence of plot, dramatic tension, or conflict.
The pace does pick up a little in the final chapters whe Thomas Mann liked this, and I like Thomas Mann, so I was favourably disposed. The pace does pick up a little in the final chapters when one of the central figures reveals the unhappy love affair in his past. There is a sense of sorrow for what might have been, and a pleasing sense of hidden connections being made manifest as mysteries are brought into the light and resolved.
But it takes pages of narcolepsy to get to this point There are some things which struck me as interesting and true. One is the marble statue which the hero barely notices at first, but then gradually comes to observe with a deep appreciative pleasure. We have all had the experience of seeing familiar surroundings become transformed as some of the objects in them take on a deeper significance than they had at first sight. This is not just because we change, but because the surroundings themselves interact with us in a such a way as to cause a change of perception. Also, there is no doubt that if you are in the right sort of mood - the sort of mood where you just want to relax in a comfortable chair set out in the garden, listen to the birds, and watch the interplay of light and shade on the trees For these reasons, I give it 3 stars.
It's a valiant effort. But, in the end, the effort of reading several hundred pages where virtually nothing happens was almost too much. A small minority will love it. If I was a Zen Master, I might have enjoyed it a lot more. Nine years later Pixar released Toy Story, a huge box office hit. All these films have been extremely successful. Monsters, Inc. Jobs returned to Apple as a part-time consultant to the chief executive officer CEO.
The following year, in a surprising event, Apple entered into a partnership with its competitor Microsoft. The two companies, according to the New York Times, "agreed to cooperate on several sales and technology fronts. In November Jobs announced Apple would sell computers directly to users over the Internet and by telephone.
The Apple Store became a runaway success. Within a week it was the third-largest e-commerce site on the Internet. In Jobs announced the release of the iMac, which featured powerful computing at an affordable price. The iBook was unveiled in July This is a clam-shaped laptop that is available in bright colors. It includes Apple's AirPort, a computer version of the cordless phone that would allow the user to surf the Internet wirelessly.
In January Jobs unveiled Apple's new Internet strategy. It included a group of Macintosh-only Internet-based applications. Jobs also announced that he was becoming the permanent CEO of Apple. In a February Time magazine article, Jobs said, "The thing that drives me and my colleagues … is that you see something very compelling to you, and you don't quite know how to get it, but you know, sometimes intuitively, it's within your grasp. And it's worth putting in years of your life to make it come into existence. He was instrumental in launching the age of the personal computer. Steve Jobs is truly a computer industry visionary.
Brashares, Ann. Steve Jobs: Think Different. Butcher, Lee. New York: Paragon House, Wilson, Suzan.
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Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, Toggle navigation. Steve Jobs. College and travel After graduating from high school in , Jobs attended Reed College in Portland, Oregon, for two years. Apple and the personal computer era Jobs had realized there was a huge gap in the computer market. The Macintosh In Apple introduced a revolutionary new model, the Macintosh.
For More Information Brashares, Ann. User Contributions: 1. Am realy impressed about the life of commitment to his vision and career. He refused to be discouraged despite the challenges he went through, but stayed dogged to his convictions until he rose back to the top of his career as Apple's CEO. May his soul rest in peace. I realy would want to know his religion and faith before death. Steve jobs is a wonderful man to emulate. May his gentle soul rest in peace. He was a great person. God bless him. Really We are loss the more new design of the apple product because of steve jobs died.
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