He then desired Kaspar to move his finger over the paper , without , however ,
touching it this was done , and Kaspar , by the difference , and by the power of
the influences with which the various metals affected his finger , distinguished ...
Author: Paul Johann Anselm Ritter von Feuerbach
My father ' s great interest in Kaspar was — strange to say — nowise lessened by
this inauspicious journey . He was again at Nuremberg in September , as full of
sympathy and kindness as ever , and Kaspar , on his part , professed the most ...
Author: Catherine Lucy Wilhelmina Powlett Duchess of Cleveland
He lamented Kaspar Hauser ' s death , and cursed the city of Nuremberg and the
money which had been given him for his part in the deed , spoke of his parents
and of the sorrow he was about to cause them , of the danger he was in , and the
Author: Elizabeth Edson Gibson Evans
Publisher: London : S. Sonnenschein
Georg Friedrich Daumer, Mitteilungen über Kaspar Hauser, Enthüllungen über
Kaspar Hauser, Kaspar Hauser. Anselm Ritter Von Feuerbach, Kaspar
Hauserißeispiele eines Verbrechens am Seelenleben des Menschen [Examples
of a crime ...
Author: Peter Tradowsky
Publisher: Temple Lodge Publishing
'Here lies Kaspar Hauser, riddle of his time. His birth was unknown, his death mysterious.' (Inscription on Kaspar Hauser's tombstone.) In 1828 a teenage boy was discovered on the streets of Nuremberg. Barely able to walk, he clutched a letter in his hand. This youth, Kaspar Hauser, who couldn't properly speak or write, was soon to become an international phenomenon known as 'the Child of Europe'. The story of Kaspar Hauser presents many mysteries. According to his account, the young boy spent most of his life confined in a darkened space. Unable to stand up, and with no knowledge of his captors, he was fed a diet of bread and water. Eventually released from this macabre prison, he survived an assassination attempt only to be stabbed to death in 1833. Why was a child kept in such squalid circumstances? Who were his parents? Who was responsible for such a cruel attack on childhood? Who murdered him? In this seminal work Peter Tradowsky addresses these questions through the insights of anthroposophy. His analysis reveals some of the secrets of Kaspar Hauser's short life, and the occult significance of his incarnation, spiritual nature and individuality.
KASPAR's SIXTEEN PHASES 1 phase 2 phase 3 phase 4 phase 5 phase 6
phase 7 phase 8 phase 9 phase 10. phase. 11 phase 12 phase Can Kaspar, the
owner of one sentence, begin and begin to do something with this sentence?
Author: Peter Handke
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Nobel Prize winner Peter Handke's first full-length drama, hailed in Europe as "the play of the decade" and compared in importance to Waiting for Godot Kaspar is the story of an autistic adolescent who finds himself at a complete existential loss on the stage, with but a single sentence to call his own. Drilled by prompters who use terrifyingly funny logical and alogical language-sequences, Kaspar learns to speak "normally" and eventually becomes creative--"doing his own thing" with words; for this he is destroyed. In Offending the Audience and Self-Accusation, one-character "speak-ins," Handke further explores the relationship between public performance and personal identity, forcing us to reconsider our sense of who we are and what we know.
And on the other hand, Kaspar Hauser receives such attentiveness and
compassion during this time that he is called `the child of Europe'. This name will
never leave him! In May 1831, an `attack' on Kaspar's life of an entirely different
Author: Eckart Böhmer
Publisher: Temple Lodge Publishing
‘From time to time in the history of humanity, extraordinary individualities appear, carrying with them great tasks which are difficult to assess. Through this lens, the events around Kaspar Hauser (1812-1833) can be seen as signposts to one of the most important mysteries of modern times, which will radiate far into the future. Kaspar’s appearance and the essence of his being are deeply connected with the question of the identity of the human being itself.’ – From the Foreword This book offers a unique, creative approach to the mystery of Kaspar Hauser – the teenage boy who was found abandoned on the streets of Nuremberg, barely able to walk, speak or write. Introducing the subject with a historical overview, Eckart Böhmer goes on to offer multiple artistic approaches to comprehending the enigma of Kaspar Hauser’s brief and tragic life. He presents poems from his cycle I not human, I Kaspar, a short story entitled ‘Crossing the Border’, and a play about Hauser’s mentor, ‘Feuerbach or an Example of a Crime Against the Human Consciousness Soul’. These are followed by transcripts of two lectures held during the Kaspar Hauser Festival in New York, which reflect on esoteric research carried out in the last twenty years. The volume concludes with short meditations followed by an interview with the author on his biographical connections to the theme. Inspired by the Kaspar Hauser Festival in Ansbach and the Kaspar Hauser Research Circle, this valuable book offers many imaginative gems for deeper contemplation.
Kaspar had confided to him his wish to take Nelson into the woods , “ but , ” said
he , “ I do not like to ask the Herr Doctor . " “ Oh , never fear ! the Herr Doctor will
let him go . " And , after dinner , the old man begged as an especial favour that ...
Author: Julia Goddard
Category: Brothers and sisters
They will wake up little Fritz , ” exclaimed Kaspar . " No fear of that , ” cooed the
Grey Pigeon , who had seated himself on Kaspar ' s shoulder . “ Can ' t I wake up
Linda to see it ? ” “ No ; you must tell her about it in the morning . ” Kaspar went ...
Author: Julia Bachope Goddard
Category: Fairy tales
“Wanted William Kaspar!” he declaimed like a police inspector. “Nationality
American. Race Negro. Skin Brown. Eyes Blue. Religion Buddhist. Last seen with
an Oriental who calls himself Ananda. These men are dangerous and may be
Author: Benjamin Appel
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A holy man in an unholy bind William Kaspar was not your everday sinner. Quite the reverse. William had renounced the pleasures of the flesh. He had quelled his ambitions and appetites. He had donned the robes of a Buddhist monk to search for Nirvana in the human jungle of New York. But when a beautiful woman led him all the way into temptation . . . when a goatish sailor became his guide through the lower depths of depravity . . . when the Evil One Himself gave William one diabolical change to save the entire earth from destruction . . . William had to say yes . . .
Who knows about Kaspar?” She sighed, but made no move to get up or break
physical contact from him. “He said it took practice. Like learning to fly. And that it
was just as dangerous. Do you think maybe he really was real?” “Well, it ain't like
Author: Jack L. Chalker
Publisher: Hachette UK
The secret of the three kings - revealed at last For centuries, interstellar prospectors had searched for the fabled Worlds of the Three Kings, the lost El Dorado of the galaxy. But if any found it, they were never heard from again. The mad cyborg Prophet, Ishmael Hand, discovered the mysterious system, with artefacts indicating a superhuman technology, and he had refused to reveal its location before vanishing forever in history. Two more recent expeditions have found the Three Kings. A starfaring evangelist - Doctor Karl Woodward, preacher and leader of the starship The Mountain - followed a clue and found it, but never returned. Then a spacegoing salvage team followed Woodward's trail, and also vanished. Now a chance encounter between what's left of the once-mighty human military with an inexplicable alien force has brought an armed expedition to the third planet of the Three Kings, Kaspar. They will join forces with the survivors of the first two expeditions, who have been marooned both by alien powers and by human treachery, as they at last encounter the alien minds behind the mysterious triple planetary system - and face a decision that may determine the fate of the entire human race!
I rejoiced in the new life that seemed to animate I looked with contempt and pity
on the careless unreflecting youths around me . If it please God , Kaspar , thou
shalt become a noble man ! ” Notwithstanding Lavater's sanguine anticipations ,
130 Broadway Kaspar Anton , teamster , r . 1 Vivian Karr Henry , peddler , bds .
20 Siam Kaspar Anton , Jr. lab . r . 1 Vivian Karr Henry G. groceries , 297 Bridge
Kaspar Carl , lab . r . ws . Trot Karr Jacob , blksmith , r . 112 Literary Kaspar ...
Category: Cleveland (Ohio)
Kaspar's Own Writings Kaspar Hauser, Georg Friedrich Daumer Andrea Damico
Gibson ... Insights obtained from Rudolf Steiner suggest that, when the life of
someone as out of the ordinary as Kaspar Hauser is forcibly cut short, a new, ...
Author: Kaspar Hauser
Publisher: Camp Hill Press
Category: Baden (Germany)
In 1828, a young man mysteriously appeared in Nuremberg. He could hardly speak or walk and yet began to exhibit remarkable qualities that made a deep impression on everyone he met. This book contains the extraordinary letters, essays, and observations written by Kaspar Hauser himself, along with notes by Georg Daumer, who became his teacher, guardian, and friend. These striking documents show not only an exceptional destiny but also are a moving testament to the power of a pedagogical relationship.
Enter KASPAR and Snow - WHITE with Dogs . SNOW - WHITE Where are we
going , Kaspar ? KASPAR . That I should have been chosen for such an errand ! I
would rather ten thousand times go away into the forest with this poor child , and
Kaspar Snit began his weird laugh again and just as abruptly stopped . “ It
appears as if none of you likes turtle soup . Such a shame – it was a very rare
species of sea turtle , almost extinct . ” He clapped his hands and the waiters
Author: Cary Fagan
Publisher: Tundra Books (NY)
Category: Juvenile Fiction
The Blande family, consisting of a flying mom, a dad who is an expert on fountains, a seven-year-old son who dresses as superhero Googoo-man, and eleven-year-old Eleanor, must save the fountains of Rome from Kaspar Snit.
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Steam Fitting & Supply Co. ( PIPE HEADS . KAR 537 KAT 1 $ 1 Karr Benjamin ,
editorial writer Leader , r . 1329 Kaspar John , molder , r . 20 Brady Cedar av .
Category: Cleveland (Ohio)
... Josephina , 178 Kantonsbibliothek , Aarau , iv Kappeler , Alois , xv Karlen ,
John , 185 Kaskaskia River , 400 m . long , SW through state into Miss . R. , 168 ,
171 “ Kaspar und Salomon Köpfli ... Highland " , 188 Keller , Sebastian , XV
Author: Raymond Jürgen Spahn
Category: Highland (Ill.)
Consists of a guide for prospective emigrants from Switzerland to America (Köpfli, 1849) and a history of early Highland (Eggen, 1888). The latter includes previously expurated material.
Yet it is precisely the ability and possibility to refer discourse back to an
autonomous auctoritas that the case of Kaspar ... It is with this in mind that
Kaspar's polysemic Ursatz " Ich möchte ein solcher werden , wie mein Vater
gewesen ist ” has to ...
Author: Robert Scott Leventhal
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Category: German literature
Reading After Foucault presents new readings of German literature, letters, and culture from 1750 to 1830, based upon the pioneering work of the late Michel Foucault. Discussing the structures of historical-thought systems, the emergence of the human sciences, modern institutions of reading and writing, and technologies of self-fashioning, the authors extend Foucault's research into the system of writing technologies and power relations and reexamine the canon and the disciplines and institutions which make it possible. The book seeks to contribute to a "history of the present" by analyzing the networks in and through which literary modernity has been manufactured. New readings of Wezel, Kleist, Reinhold, Herder, Schiller, Campe, Goethe, the story of Kaspar Hauser, Hölderlin, Hamann, and Novalis are featured.
Die Handels- und Rechnungsbücher Kaspar Stockalpers vom Thurm 1609–1691
GABRIELIMBODEN, Brig Kaspar Stockalper vom Thurm, der sich mit dem Briger
Palast, dem monumentalsten Profanbau der barocken Schweiz, ein ...
Author: Markus A. Denzel
Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag
Category: Business & Economics
M. A. Denzel: Handelspraktiken als wirtschaftshistorische Quellengattung P. Spufford: Late Medieval Merchant's Notebooks K. Weissen: The Commercial Site Analysis in Italian Merchant Handbooks and Notebooks from the 14th and 15th Centuries J. Dotson: Fourteenth Century Merchant Manuals and Merchant Culture J. C. Hocquet: Weights and Measures of Trading in Byzantium in the Later Middle Ages. Comments on Giacomo Badoer's Account Book M. Steinbrink: Das Geschaftsbuch des Ulrich Meltinger. Ein Werkstattbericht M. A. Denzel: Eine Handelspraktik aus dem Hause Fugger. Ein Werkstattbericht G. Imboden: Die Handels- und Rechnungsbucher Kaspar Stockalpers vom Thurm 1609-1691 H. Witthoft: Nelkenbrecher's Taschenbuch on Coin, Measure and Weight (1762-1890) - Merchants' Arithmetic and Handbooks as Sources for a Material Economy of Long Duration H. Witthoft: Resumee und Perspektiven
Get in touch with the Mayer Group right away, and somebody get going on this
African bullshit. If any of it checks out, there's going to be one hell of an explosion.
ON THE COURT A tennis court. Dawn. On the court, The Case of Kaspar Mayer.
Author: Jean-Yves Picq
Publisher: Theatre Communications Group
An intriguing mystery which intertwines cultures and generations.