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This book will make you wiser and it will teach you lessons that you will carry along your entire life.
I read this book at the recommendation that it would be good for folks who really don't like fiction all too much.
His prose is filled with aphoristic phrases which perfectly capture the beauty and pain of the human condition.
Truly a masterpiece in literature and an excellent study of the human character.Published 17 days ago by Elaine Racheotes
Zorba is “The Most Interesting Man in the World” advertising campaign for Dos Equis beer reached back to Zorba for casting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Douglas Ferguson
The Greek Thomas Mann, as far as I'm concerned. Read the novel, don't watch the movie!Published 1 month ago by Matthew F Mehler
One of my favorite books. This classic takes you on an exciting journey with Zorba and the Boss. If you pay attention Zorba will teach you how to live a fully present life and find... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mikey
Although this book was written before Kazantzakis' God's Pauper, St. Francis of Assisi: A Novel, The Last Temptation of Christ, and Report to Greco, I read it after having read all... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rick Woodward