Sophie's World

  • von Jostein Gaarder
  • Sprecher: Simon Vance
  • 16 Std. 59 Min.
  • ungekürztes Hörbuch


One day, 14-year-old Sophie Amundsen comes home from school to find two notes in her mailbox, with one question on each: "Who are you?" and "Where does the world come from?" From that irresistible beginning, Sophie becomes obsessed with questions that take her far beyond what she knows of her Norwegian village. Through those letters, she enrolls in a kind of correspondence course, covering Socrates to Sartre, with a mysterious philosopher, while receiving letters addressed to another girl. Who is Hilde? And why does her mail keep turning up? To unravel this riddle, Sophie must use the philosophy she is learning - but the truth turns out to be far more complicated than she could have imagined.
A riveting novel that is also an exploration of the great philosophical concepts of Western thought, Sophie's World, with more than 30 million copies in print, has fired the imaginations all over the world.



"Gaarder pulls off the difficult feat of blending philosophy and entertainment in a way that will capture [young adults'] interest and make them eager to explore further." ( School Library Journal)"First, think a beginner's guide to philosophy....Next, imagine a fantasy novel - something like a modern-day version of Through the Looking Glass. Meld these disparate genres, and what do you get? Well, what you get is an improbable international bestseller...[A] tour de force." ( Time)" Sophie's World is sheer delight. How I wish I'd had it during my college freshman survey of philosophy!" (Madeleine L'Engle, author of A Wrinkle in Time)


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awesome book. abaolutely recommended. for kids as well as for young adults and even the more experiences ones
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- Philipp


Musste das Buch fuer die Uni lesen. Sehr interessant, aber teilweise zu viele Informationen auf einmal, wenn man nicht viel mit Philosophie am Hut hat, aber trotzem lesenswert!!
Lesen Sie weiter...

- butzi19w

Weitere Infos zum Titel

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 28.03.2007
  • Verlag: Macmillan Audio