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Book Review: Narcissus and Goldmund by Hermann Hesse

Steppenwolf, Demian and Siddhartha are still stronger works overall, but Narcissus and Goldmund is not too far behind. Read More »

Book Review: Mon (The Gate) by Natsume Soseki

Mon should be read, but done so following the humor that best expresses his emotional breadth. Read More »

Book Review: And Then by Natsume Soseki

This novel does have some nice moments of dialogue and philosophical digression but fails to resonate emotionally. Read More »

Book Review: Kokoro by Natsume Soseki

Kokoro is a very good read, one that offers introspection over standard, plot-driven narration. Read More »