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It has been about 75 years since I last read "The Way of All Flesh." Now that I am 90 years old the book takes on a whole new meaning, The satire and humor is... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sonia Sheridan
With insights and revelations appropriate still in the 21st century.
A pleasure to have it revealed to me at this time.
So wise and engaging. A must read for fans of Tolstoy and Austen.Published 6 months ago by Mortymom
There is nothing I can write that can add an iota of praise to the greatness of this masterpiece.Published 7 months ago by Dr.G.
I thought that the book presented a fairly good description of selected situations one might have to endure when raised by selfish and abusive parents. Read morePublished 11 months ago by itmustbefrank
The style is out of fashion, but it fits the story. The writing is excellent and the vocabulary used it very extensive and completely accurate. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brian McLoughlin
This book is both brilliant and boring at the same time. Butler does a great job of defining characters, their motives and philosophies, yet the tale winds its way over the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Gerry