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A very nice little book for those who are not willing to work to understand Mister Gurdjeff's writing themselves. A good effort.Published 11 months ago by Hanbledzoiner
Mr. Henderson uses impeccable 'one brained' logic with much titillation and a dash of wiseacering. This book promises much, but delivers nothing.Published 14 months ago by seeker
I think this is an interesting book and very informative. Iyt is well written and should be on the shelf of anyone who is interested in the fourth way.Published 21 months ago by Byron Lacy
"Henderson's book is a solid contribution on the writings, and should be more widely read simply to jostle the crystallized mainstream ideas. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Skafooti
It looks to me that "Mr." "Henderson" has done an invaluable service in revising the Legominism of The Tales into mere logical arguments with "his" highly developed wiseacring. Read morePublished on February 7, 2013 by Reijo Oksanen
Due to recent "discoveries", what I feel I can in good conscience say about this book is that it is one of the better "work" books i have encountered in the Gurdjieff milieu. Read morePublished on July 25, 2012 by Mark A. Frazer
This is a revolutionary book in the practice of the Work of G.I.Gurdjieff, which reveals the deeper level of teaching in Beelzebub's Tales to his grandson as a stealth bomber... Read morePublished on June 22, 2012 by C. F. Looker
This book is ESSENTIAL for SERIOUS students of Mr. G. - i.e., you've read his books, including Beelzebub's Tales. Read morePublished on October 12, 2010 by David Jodrey