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1. Read with purpose. I'm a college professor who teaches Renaissance lit, so while this wasn't exactly in my area of specialization I had motivation to... Read more
I grew up in Rotterdam. Starting in the mid-sixties my parents regularly took me to museum Booymans-van Beuningen. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Quinton Fox
What a conundrum - it's a great book, and I love great books but I keep putting it down and going for something that has more of a direction and flow -- something I can get a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Deborah Bogen - author of The Witch of Leper Cove
The Recognitions is not merely a novel; like all great books it is an experience, a portal into a reality that you probably didn't suspect was there. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Seoigheach
As expected, the book is over 1000 pages, but the print is so small I find I can only read it in small doses. Would have preferred a hard cover with larger type.Published 10 months ago by Fern Frankel
Some of the writing is swell. Some very funny stuff. Lots of interesting references. All in all, just not worth the effort. For me, anyway.Published 14 months ago by Awesome Machine
I became interested in this book because I expected a morality tale of the art world. It is that, but this book is a SLOG. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Michael
I bought the kindle version of Recognitions because I remembered being blown away when it was first published. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Barbara Stearns
Is Bob Dylan Authentic?
Robert anglicised himself and veiled his roots. Zimmerman changed to Dylan...
What is Authenticity then? Read more