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"Brilliant...A work of high modernist playfulness and deep pathos." -- Janet Malcolm, New York Review of Books
"Kundera has raised the novel of ideas to a new level of dreamlike lyricism and emotional intensity." -- Jin Miller, Newsweek
"Kundera is a virtuoso...A work of the boldest mastery, originality, and richness." -- Elizabeth Hardwick, Vanity Fair
This is an amazing and thought-provoking book. The writing is beautiful: articulate, philosophical, eloquent. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Samantha CW
It's an amazing book about the reality of human existence. I like the way he writes his novel packed with a lot of philosophical insights about life.Published 27 days ago by Darline Fisher
What is there to say about this wonderful novel that hasn't been said in many other reviews?
Kundera focuses on the lightness of being to the real world with central... Read more
This is not an easy read for me but I definitely recommend this book for philosophical fiction lovers.Published 1 month ago by timothy fink
This book teach that each person is individual with his/her unique perceptions and communication is the key to build a happy live.Published 2 months ago by maria girshik
One of my favorite books of all time. This hard back edition is beautifully done with heavy weight paper that makes for a great gift or a good volume to keep and re-read over the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Miss Feasance
The price was right and the description of the book was right on. Also came early! Five stars!Published 3 months ago by LeftyBell Brown
This is a novel of ideas, not people. Lots of lovers, mostly nameless, coming and going, yet no sense of the physicality of sex for the first 200 pages of them. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Adelman