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There are some books that have a life of their own when they associate themselves to a reader. They grow up from the naiveté of childhood, the tantrums and rebellious streak of teenage to the matured world view of a later age all over a gap of a few hundred pages. This growth however is not the growth of a character or a group of characters but that of the ideas that the story carries with it. Like seeds sown by the wind, they take root in our mind. These sentences were to put you in the mind of ...more
An amazing book. Essentially it describes an anarchist society, and what could be...and problematizes it, problematizes the human character, problematizes love and friendship and community, and all the while giving hope for what is possible. I couldn't recommend it enough really...
Oct 12, 2009 Angela Randall marked it as to-read
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