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"The Book of Laughter and Forgetting calls itself a novel, although it is part fairy tale, part literary criticism, part political tract, part musicology, and part autobiography. It can call itself whatever it wants to, because the whole is genius." -- John Leonard, New York Times
"An absolutely dazzling entertainment....Arousing on every levelpolitical, erotic, intellectual, and above all, humorous." -- Newsweek
"Deeply and impressively subversive, in more ways than one....Kundera's condemnation of modern life is broad, but his sympathy for those who create and suffer it is deep." -- Paul Gray, Time
"This book, as it bluntly calls itself, is brilliant and origin, written with the purity and wit that invite us directly in. " -- John Updike, New York Times Book Review
What a piece to get through. Some pieces I loved, and some pieces I was like ok MILAN I get it you're trying to be controversial and Im not buying it.Published 18 days ago by Caroline L.
ONE OF MY FAVE WRITERS GREAT STORY MADE ME THINK AND KEPT ME INTERESTED EVEN THOUGH I DONE WITH BOOK I THINK ABOUT IT OFTENPublished 10 months ago by sandy parker
One of the most beautiful books I've ever read. I had read Unbearable Lightness of Being and, while I liked it, wasn't sure that I'd recommend Kundera to anyone. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Seth Bouchelle