This is considered a great book of western civilization. Few people know of godel’s work and do see the anxiety of leaving any work undone. I wish there was some metric amazon or publishers would use.
Dead souls in the yale edition is a masterpiece. As the story unfolds understanding what exactly a dead soul is and where its usefulness only makes things slightly less bizarre. Maybe dead souls and the petersburg tales have very different styles--i'l... Read More
Humor, sense and gusto totally trampled by this particularly flawed translation. Do yourself a favor and stay away from the many publishing houses trying to represent his work through the prevar/volokhonsky duo.
This is the long awaited publication of dickinson's poems as she presented them in her hand bound fascicles. This is perfect for poetry lovers, emily dickinson lovers, and if you want to see the works that inspired the tv show (also such a worthwhile ... Read More
They are not presented in chronological order. The adopted perspective is boring, bordering on irrelevant.