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Wittgenstein JrWittgenstein Jr by Lars Iyer

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


A group of seniors at Cambridge mock their new philosophy professor, a tortured soul they call Wittgenstein. As the seniors prepare for life outside in the real world, drinking, doing drugs, general silliness and questioning their current and future lives, they grow to love their troubled professor and find themselves drawn into his life, world, and thoughts. If you've read Iyer's other work, the Spurious trilogy, you know that it is a quick read, darkly humorous full of philosophical tangents and wit.

[I received a digital reader's copy of this title through Edelweiss.]



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