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This is the third time in 55 years that I've read Tristram Shandy and it gets better every time. This edition was best of all because it has the extensive notes in the back... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lionel D. Youst
Great book. Early precursor to modern lit, even post-modern with its wry tone, author intrusion, apparent wandering mind/free-range consciousness. All good fun. Read morePublished 2 months ago by aztecthrush
I read this because I had seen it referred to as one of the greatest books of all time. I read it very carefully and even went back and re-read sections, but had a hard time fully... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
With Tristram Shandy Laurence Sterne reaches the endpoint -of what novels can do, and then goes beyond, and he does this more than a century before Joyce, Kafka, and Musil. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Murrayhill
This book was volume III only! Useless. The paper back version is complete.Published 6 months ago by DDikken
You had better give this read your undivided attention. No real plot, just musings, wanderings and wry humor.Published 10 months ago by John J Homola