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The Lasting Effects of Young Reading A Short MemoirI first read The Glass Bead Game almost 60 years ago It changed my life With just the right cues of romance high tech adventure philosophical mystery and heroism the book invaded my adolescent mind laid down roots and suggested a long term plan I would one day be able to play the Game And I succeeded at least during a goodly portion of my adult life when I wasn’t distracted by the trivialities of wealth status and religion So I realised it was about time for me to revisit the ur inspiration A dangerous undertaking I know but perhaps the book could provide a sort of retrospective structure that I couldn’t consciously recall Worth the risk thenThe epigraph alone rekindles the fire that smoulders still in my unconscious Nothing is harder yet nothing is necessary than to speak of certain things whose existence is neither demonstrable nor probable The very fact that serious and conscientious men treat them as existing things brings them a step closer to existence and to the possibility of being born I have experienced just this motivation with the force of compulsion The task is both poetic and practical to help people particularly myself to see what is hidden by what they already see the things within and beyond what is apparently there For a child of 13 or so to have one’s inarticulate intuition confirmed that there is to life than its surface is profoundly importantI viewed the “Order” and the fellowship of the game seriously and admired “ the maximum integration of the individual into the hierarchy of the educators and scholars “ My first attempt involved a Carmelite monastery The next a military career Followed by a time in professional academia and subseuently an international consulting firm which is best described as a professional Protestant monastery All these and most choices that followed had the intention of assimilation into one form or another of an organisation of united and mutually supportive minds The professional context didn’t really matter I had it appears a calling not dissimilar to that of the young Joseph Knecht eventually the Magister Ludi who had “the capacity for enthusiasm subordination reverence worshipful service” necessary to persist in The Game Even today I find myself a member of a Dominican academic community which is the same size and similar in atmosphere to that of Knecht’s school at Waldzell Somewhat remarkably I suppose I have never been a joiner of clubs or groups or congregations only those with some sort of monastic potentialEven the international firm to which I belonged commercial as is was had an ethos which could have been taken straight from The Game It’s senior partners were among the most powerful and influential business leaders in the country Yet the head of the firm said to me proudly one day at lunch “Nobody knows my name” When he said this I immediately recalled Hesse’s lines “The hierarchic organization cherishes the ideal of anonymity and comes very close to the realization of that ideal” Rarely did this assimilation ever feel oppressive or threatening to my individuality As with The Game “For us a man is a hero and deserves special interest only if his nature and his education have rendered him able to let his individuality be almost perfectly absorbed in its hierarchic function without at the same time forfeiting the vigorous fresh admirable impetus which makes for the savor and worth of the individual” In order to make the point I had the habit of submitting an undated resignation

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A tremendous disappointment especially given the shimmering praise the book garners on all sides I realize I’m at odds with the world in judging this book harshly and I realize there may yet be some dimension of brilliance here that I’m just not seeing but grant me this it’s not for lack of trying No other novel have I ever laid down without a backward glance within a few dozen pages of the end certain at last that the great payoff for my eight hundred pages of patience was never going to come Here’s the big plot spoiler nothing at all happens in this book Not “nothing” in a loaded John Cage way just nothing as when the author cannot deliver on his heady promises but publishes a book anyhow I actually think it’s kind of important to call bullshit on all the approbation the book receivesThe two fundamental failures in the book are its main character and its central device the Game itself Both failures are drearily total and each is all the of a letdown for the breathless never ending clamor of hype both within and without the book’s pagesThe book starts right out with the declaration of Joseph Knecht’s pivotal importance as the greatest player the Game has ever had after whose career the history of the Game could never be the same This is repeated ceaselessly throughout in narrative asides Meanwhile we watch a pleasant unassuming talented young boy as he is handpicked by a professor becomes a promising student whose great potential is remarked on by everyone he meets and moves on to become a professor at a young age He is indeed the youngest ever to become Magister Ludi so at least that should earn him a mention in the history books We are told I think precisely once that when he runs a game it’s a good one And then he gets old; along the way he meets some people and has some conversations And then he dies in a swimming accident and then we riffle through some of his personal papers until the book is over Even his youthful writings a strange little coda to his own life story echo the pattern of fervent affirmation of the importance of a character—plainly himself in thin disguise but now being described just as fawningly in his own voice—who goes on to do nothing muchIf in fact Knecht ever does anything of greater historical importance than being generally agreeable and good at what he does it is not told to us His life is a dull blank undeserving of a biography at all especially when at least three other characters go by who might actually have made good reading Consider the strangely beatified Music Master whose unexpectedly mystical transcendence of humanity Knecht merely witnesses when it comes along late in the book; that might be worthy of history Or Knecht’s boyhood rival a fiery young student who leaves the academic world and is reunited with Knecht later on one of the protagonist’s vanishingly rare ventures outside his ivory tower; his relationship to the Game is complex and troubled but this barely ruffles the surface of Knecht’s complacency Or there is the Sinophile who draws Knecht into a dialogue with Chinese history and literature who gets to deliver the book’s most interesting challenge when Knecht seeks his assistance in bringing the symbology of the I Ching into the vocabulary of the Game much easier you’d think than it would have been to encapsulate French poetry or organic chemistry since the I Ching is already encoded in a set of symbols easily printed on beads his new mentor smiles and says you can build a garden in the world but good luck fitting the entire world inside

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