Hindu philosophy is well known for being different and rather unique. It is a complex of simplicity and kindness along with profound depth and wisdom. It gives a sense of wholeness and completion but it does not make you better because according to the author beliefs, God made every human being just the way they […]
Agnon was awarded the 1966 Nobel Prize in Literature for ” his profoundly characteristic narrative art with motifs from the life of the Jewish people”. He shared the prize with author Nelly Sachs.
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Adrian Proust, the author’s father and a noted doctor, was the first to write a book about his sickly son. Dr. Proust specialized in sicknesses which have no physical cause and couldn’t understand why his asthmatic son was always sick, despite smoking cigarettes to control his attacks.
The narrative is fast and bloody, the story is fascinating and complex with many sub plots to keep track of. The characters, both real and fictional, are well written and dimensional.
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I enjoyed to read the research the author woven into the book. One of the main character is a neurologist and I found the science fascinating.
Hermann Hesse (2 July 1877 – 9 August 1962) was a Swiss poet, author and painter. Hesse was a headstrong child, his mother wrote “The little fellow has a life in him, an unbelievable strength, a powerful will, and, for his four years of age, a truly astonishing mind.” Hermann Gundert, Hermann Hesse’s grandfather and a […]
About: Passive Income: How To Reach Financial Freedom By Building Residual Income Assets by John C. Borg is a short eBook in which the author gives the reader some ideas on passive income. 73 pages Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. Language: English ASIN: B00OCXTZE8 My rating for Passive Income – 4 Buy this book from […]
The stories that the author tells are unbelievable at best, however he seems to subscribe to the same theory as Maxwell Scott from The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance “No, sir. This is the West, sir. When the legend becomes fact, print the legend”. The stories which make up the book are both absurd and spot-on and, most amazing of all, somehow work nicely together (warning: the ability to suspend disbelief is a must to read this book).