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Sophier Jogot, Written by: G. H. Habib, Published by: Book Club, Subject: Novels, Price Tk. , ISBN is: Sophier Jogot: Jostein Gaarder (বাংলা অনুবাদ ই বুক: সোফির জগৎ) Free Bangla E Book Download Sophier Jogot: Jostein Gaarder,sofir jogot pdf free download. in Greece itself and in the Greek colonies in Southern Italy and Asia. Minor, where all manual work was done by slaves, leaving the citizens free.
It is a real novel, a "thriller" that, while running the gamut from Democritus to Jean-Paul Sartre, explains without abstruse language all the high points in Western thought.
As Sophie sorts through the mailbox in hopes of finding a third message, she finds a postcard with Norwegian stamps but bearing the return address: Forgive me for sending the card to Sophie.
It was easier that way. Love and kisses, Dad. Handle with Care. Her correspondent continues sending his yellow envelopes almost daily. Sophie can't wait to get them. She has made up her mind to learn all the lessons so that, like the philosophers, she can "embark on that dangerous journey that leads to the outer reaches of language and existence.
Is there a natural modesty? What should a man do to have a happy life? And the trip must be a pleasant one, to judge by the phenomenal success of this book.
It went through a first printing of 7, copies in Norway and will soon reach 50, In translation, it has conquered Germany almost a million copies , England, the U.
It is not hard to understand the book's success. The end of this century has seen many certainties crumble and a proliferation of "would-be wisdoms" ranging from parapsychology to the occult and quasi-religious cults.
The feat achieved by Sophie's World is that it brings back an image of philosophy that had rather withered. This is edifying philosophy, a philosophy that teaches and informs.
But watch out! Sophie's World is full of twists and turns.
One gets lost in the mazes, loses sight of the landmarks, even fears that the world is just an illusion--or the illusion a world. What is real are the typewritten sheets Sophie reads and rereads. Everything is clearly set out there, from the Platonic theory of ideas to Marx, Darwin, Freud. As the theories unwind, as the history of philosophy goes by and Sophie forms her own ideas, her world takes on a different look.
It has too many mirrors, too many reflections, too many shadows. The philosopher plants doubts--which are the beginning of philosophy.
Is it her mind that leads Sophie toward a big manor surrounded by birch trees? There, Sophie finds a strange book, Sophie's World, and her world breaks into a thousand pieces. She realizes that she and the professor are only characters in a novel written by a major in the Norwegian UN contingent in Lebanon for his daughter, Hilde, who in turn does not exist.
Eventually, through the philosophy of George Berkeley , Sophie and Alberto figure out that their entire world is a literary construction by Albert Knag as a present for Hilde, his daughter, on her 15th birthday.
Hilde begins to read the manuscript but begins to turn against her father after he continues to meddle with Sophie's life by sending fictional characters like Little Red Riding Hood and Ebenezer Scrooge to talk to her.
Alberto helps Sophie fight back against Knag's control by teaching her everything he knows about philosophy, through the Renaissance , Romanticism , and Existentialism , as well as Darwinism and the ideas of Karl Marx. These take the form of long pages of text, and, later, monologues from Alberto.
Alberto manages to concoct a plan so that he and Sophie can finally escape Albert's imagination.
The trick is performed on Midsummer 's Eve, during a "philosophical garden party" that Sophie and her mother arranged to celebrate Sophie's fifteenth birthday.
The party soon begins to follow into chaos as Albert Knag lords his control over the world, causing the guests to react with indifference to extraordinary occurrences.
Alberto informs everyone that their world is fictional but the guests react with rage, believing him to be instilling dangerous values in the children.
When a Mercedes smashes into the garden, Alberto and Sophie use it as an opportunity to escape. Knag is so focused on writing about the car that he doesn't notice them escaping into the real world.
The training manual, Educate to Empower attempts to translate. Her uncle Jagat promised to help her. He therefore.
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Views Read Edit View history. Mowla Brothers. When he arrives back home, Hilde has forgiven him now that he has learned what it is like to have his world interfered with.