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Dylan rated it really liked it Feb 24, Trivia About The Book of Quest Thousands of years have shaped these two, to the point that the future seems to loop around behind them, melding with the past, reducing the present to nothing more than the time in which the next question is asked — a question that is merely a restatement of all the questions that have preceded it, and a refraction of questions as yet unasked.
But it is expansive, finally enveloping the gentile world, too. Subscribe to our newsletter Some error text Name. The Book of Questions merges quotations, prose, poetry, and aphorism into one labyrinthine masterpiece. Only as all we all could be called so.
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Lance rated it liked it Feb 09, A phenomenal and rather unclassifiable book. This is probably the most important book I’ve read so far this year. Let’s connect Contact Details Facebook Twitter. Open Preview See a Problem?
To see ,as your friends thought of this book, please sign up. An infinitely expanding parade of quotable rabbis, the story of Sarah and Yukel, ruminations on exile, on ambivalence toward God, on words, on the power of the Book.