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August 9th, 2007, 22:49
Originally Posted by slam23 View Post
@Alrik. Well, Herbert was accused of creating a fascist undercurrent in his work. I don't know if I agree with that, I for sure didn't pick that up when I first read it. But it could be that the soullessness (is that a word?) stems from that.
I was young when I read it, I was a teenager during the 80s, and I didn't pick up things knowingly. I think it went rather the emotional way and unconsciously.

However, I have once read a book about his days in Tibet by a Heinrich Harrer which greatly felt like hatred through the lines to me. I have never had this as strongly ass there. And only much later I learned that he was a Nazi. I think, no, I believe I've felt his hatred somehow through the lines.

I'm a bit sensitive, you know (ever heard about high sensitivity according to Elaine Aron ?).
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