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Andrew R. MacAndrew
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kennethjmcginnis rated it 6 years ago
JasonKoivu rated it 6 years ago
Madness...This is madness, I tell you! Or worse, it's philosophy, some sound, some twisted in counterintuitive logic. In the first part of Notes for Underground the narration reads like the journal of a rambling genius or psychopath. It's difficult to decide. This section had my mind wandering in a ...
Emad Attely [The Book Nerd]
Emad Attely [The Book Nerd] rated it 7 years ago
The general idea of this fascinating novella is about a man who is ashamed of everything in his life. He thinks that he's walking under a clouded sky and through a dark road in which he can't see anything clearly, but deep inside his soul he knows that it will end badly! He has a very complicated mi...
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Julian Meynell's Books rated it 7 years ago
I read this book for the first time over 20 years ago and returned to reread it. It is a brilliant book. It's so clever and complex that I hardly know what to say about it. It is better than the Brothers Karamazov and clearly one of the best books ever written.Extremely well written. The main ch...
Musings of a Bibliomaniac
Musings of a Bibliomaniac rated it 7 years ago
I did two things after finishing with this book. - 1)Strengthened my resolve to finish Crime and Punishment and read the rest of Dostoyevsky's works without any inner grumbling. - 2)Looked up Albert Camus' background and profile on the internet.Yes Dostoyevsky was one of Camus' influences. If you r...
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