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Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften characters ë E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Set in Vienna on the eve of World War I this great novel of ideas tells the story of Ulrich ex soldier and scientist seducer and skeptic who finds himself drafted into the grandiose plans for the 70th jubilee of the Emperor Franz Josef This new transIn two elegant volumes is the first to present Musil's complete text including material that remained unpublished during his lifetim. This review is for the Picador edition translated by Shophie Wilkins and Burton PikeI don't know how people found books to read before the internet and Goodreads Goodreads has been recommending me this book for a very long time Finally I've managed to read it Anyway about the bookThis is posibilly the most accessible inspiring and influential philosophy book that I've read It's also a novel So it has a plot and characters The book covers many concepts themes and ideas Some of the themes include morality experience truth and opinion There are many allusions to Nietzsche and Dostoevsky Which I got because I've read many of their books But unfortunately I haven't read enough Goethe to get the allusions to him I've only actually read Faust Part 1The book is supposedly incomplete But without giving anything away I found the ending than adeuate Unlike the disappointing ending to other incomplete novels Like The Castle by Franz Kafka And Dead Souls by Nikolai Gogol But like many people have said before It's a novel of ideas so the ending isn't really that importantI'll definitely be reading this book many times again As there is so much to absorb That one read really isn't sufficient enoughIf The Man Without ualities had a fight with In Search of Lost Time The Man Without ualities Would kick it's ass

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Tic who finds himself drafted into the grandiose plans for the 70th jubilee of the Emperor Franz Josef This new translation published. I'm not one for superlatives but this has to be the greatest novel I have ever read hands down even including the Brother's Karamazov it is almost as if this book carried the former's concerns into the 20th century evolving them in the process The characters situations and philosophical discussions have a level of complexity and observational depth that I have never before encountered and at times I almost found it hard to grasp that such a work could have been written by a single human consciousness The conflict between modern rationality and science and the less tangible subjective world of feeling morality art and spirituality is one that Musil truly understood and battled and his attempt to forge a solution is admirable to say the least Given that I just finished it time is needed for its effect to fully sink in; I will return with developed thoughts but this was a truly life changing experience The book has lost none of its relevance; at the beginning of the 21st century we are all men without ualities

Robert Musil ☆ 9 read

Der Mann ohne EigenschaftenSet in Vienna on the eve of World War I this great novel of ideas tells the story of Ulrich ex soldier and scientist seducer and skep. The Man Without ualities is an unusual novel More a work of philosophy than fiction the Socratic interactions of its two dozen or so characters provide the framework for Musil's philosophical investigations These conversations deep and varied in scope are the fat formed about the scant bones of the ineffectual Parallel Campaign The philosophical musings are usually uite abstract and esoteric though sometimes a little understandably absorbed in the specific concerns of the time Nonetheless this is a masterful work and well worth readingHowever The Man Without ualities is not a polished or consistent book Musil's approach to the novel is haphazard full of diversions and distractions and a disregard for conventional narrative structure Even the Parallel Campaign which is at the core of the novel is abandoned for long intervals and is rarely developed in any significant way All this gives the impression that a completed Man Without ualities would have to be several times longer than the already dense 1100 pages of this unfinished version However resolutions of plot and thought being so rare within the novel perhaps its incompleteness is perfectly aligned to its natural state This is a complex and enigmatic novel which defies simple analysisMusil was consumed by this book which he worked on at some personal cost until his death Being unfinished there is some cohesive unifying uality which it lacks Nonetheless Musil absolutely deserves full credit for what he has achieved; for his breadth of ambition and dedication to the ideal of producing the singular great artistic work of which one is capable