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Demian - Sambahsa tarjem By Hermann Hesse
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Demian is the longest literary translation done in the language Sambahsa. Sambahsa is an international auxiliary language based on the attested Proto Indo-European language, with a PIE base... More > vocabulary and grammatical structure with a large amount of vocabulary from other languages and language families.< Less
Kinderseele - an Interlinear Translation By Hermann Hesse & David MacLeod
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Hermann Hesse's Kinderseele, a short work published soon after Demian also under the name Emil Sinclair, is in many respects a prequel, taking the reader back to an event during Sinclair's (Hesse's)... More > childhood that seems referenced in Demian during his first true theft: "Bis dahin hatte ich nur genascht, Zuckerstücke und Obst." - "Until then I had only filched lumps of sugar and fruit". Kinderseele is an interlinear translation, showing the original German text with the English translation directly below. In order to keep the reader focused on the original text the translation attempts to be as literal as possible, while still retaining readability.< Less
Demian - An Interlinear Translation By Hermann Hesse & David MacLeod
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“I live in my dreams—that’s what you sense. Other people live in dreams, but not in their own. That’s the difference.” “Ich lebe in meinen Träumen, und das... More > hast du gespürt. Die anderen Leute leben auch in Träumen, aber nicht in ihren eigenen, das ist der Unterschied.” An interlinear translation of German author Hermann Hesse's novel Demian - The Story of Emil Sinclair's Youth, first published in 1919. The story of Emil Sinclair's childhood and youth, the worlds of light and darkness, the bully Franz Kromer and a mysterious friend named Demian was the most renowned of Hesse's earliest works. As an interlinear translation, this book is for students of the German language, those who know some German, or anyone that wants to see the original book in German alongside the English meaning. Each line of the original novel is directly followed by the English equivalent, in a translation that shows the meaning of the original text as literally as possible while remaining readable on its own.< Less