He's got a great sense of humor and he's FIRMLY rooted in common existence.
Burkewitz, a character we encounter later in the book, gives a particularly interesting speech to the headmaster priest of the school in the middle of a sermon.
The author remains unknown but the legacy of this book deserves a renowned place amongst the greater cannon of writers of this genre.
Written perhaps over hundred years ago and we think the drug issue is new; it is part of the human conditionPublished 15 months ago by Gadadhar
this novel is written in the stark russian vien, but i think its actually by a turk. If you love rusian literature and hate Tolstoy, you will love this book. Read morePublished on July 28, 2012 by tarnation