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Niels Lyhne

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I call that violence against our nature.The story follows a young poet, Niels Lyhne who passionately observes the world and the people in his life before he delves into himself, reflecting and dwelling on their motives and nature in order to transfer his thoughts into his writing.Like an ocean apart, where he could wander peacefully in silent forests of seaweed among curious animals He began to piece his own self together from scattered memories and impressions of his childhood "All true atheism...
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Wood argues that whereas the "new atheists" like Dawkins, Harris, Hitchens, et al and fundamentalist Christians are equally guilty of engaging in narrow, literalist approaches to questions of faith, novelists like JPJ provide far more insightful reflections on such questions by exploring the ambiguities of a fluctuating faith that most of us experience. Drako, Atem des Zorns / Beast Quest Bd.23 The reader just has to be in that state of letting all the understanding penetrate inside oneself.Perhaps music comes the closest in their notes evoking emotions ringing true. The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Operant and Classical Conditioning The words are so powerful, the description so alive that this book doesnt feel like a story but it is the living soul of Niels Lyhne, dripping with passion and emotion and struggling to make sense of the world.There are books that are well-written.