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Work Instead of a motorcycle a sailboat carries his philosopher narrator Phaedrus down the Hudson River as winter closes in Along the way he picks up a most unlikely traveling companion a woman named Lila who in her desperate sex What is uality Is it a noun or a verb Why is uality so importantThese are deep uestions that affect everyone Pirsig follows up his Zen book with a smoother sophisticated and clearer book tha

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In this best selling new book his first in seventeen years Robert M Pirsig author of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance takes us on a poignant and passionate journey as mysterious and compelling as his first life changing It s been 21 years since I read this book and much longer since I read its predecessor ZEN AND THE ART OF MOTORCYCLE MAINTENANCE 1974 Persig s only two books I kept seeing LILA on my bookshe

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Uality hostility and oncoming madness threatens to disrupt his lifeIn Lila Robert M Pirsig has crafted a uniue work of adventure and ideas that examines the essential issues of the nineties as his previous classic did the seventi I bought this book in Amsterdam accidentally for 05 It was lying on an old book shelf that stood right in the street I was walking past the book shelf after a meditation session and saw the w


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  1. says:

    It’s been 21 years since I read this book and much longer since I read its predecessor ZEN AND THE ART OF MOTORCYCLE MAINTENANCE 1974 Persig’s only two books I kept seeing LILA on my bookshelf and decided it might be wor

  2. says:

    It took me a long time to read this book and I'm not sure how much these disparate readings affected my overall impression of the book Pirsig doesn't have a narrative structure he wanders And these wanderings tend to circle back arou

  3. says:

    1 The story is compelling Post post midlife crisis man meets younger voluptuous woman They travel down the river together The convention is uite cheap But he never saves her or she him and neither victimizes the other either That's good It's not really sensual except for one scene And the self portrait of the narrator i

  4. says:

    Robert Pirsig's previous book ZEN AND THE ART OF MOTORCYCLE MAINTENANCE is a profoundly influential book in my own life I have probably given copies of it as gifts to people than any other book except my own It is a powerful examination of the meaning of life in a pseudo novelistic framework that makes the philosophical explorations

  5. says:

    What is uality Is it a noun or a verb Why is uality so importantThese are deep uestions that affect everyone Pirsig follows up his Zen book with a smoother sophisticated and clearer book that may not be as mystifying and haunting bu

  6. says:

    This was a fantastic read There were two mind blowing branches in this book The first centers around evolution and morality among the

  7. says:

    In societies that criminalize rather than attempt to understand mental illness artists and philosophers may be the first to

  8. says:

    There are some really interesting ideas in this book Here are my favorites in my own words mostly Darwin's Theory of Evolution fails to account for improvement; the author posits that it's not about survival it's about striving towards uality There are 2 kinds of uality Static and Dynamic Dynamic uality allows fo

  9. says:

    I bought this book in Amsterdam accidentally for €05 It was lying on an old book shelf that stood right in the street I was walking past the book shelf after a meditation session and saw the word “lila” on the cover I was in the right mood so purchased this book as a part of inspiration I haven’t read Pirsig’s first book but had h

  10. says:

    Lila An Inuiry into Morals I'm not smart enough to review this book Robert Pirsig is a certified genius; his I at age 9 was 170 I read his first book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance back in the 1970s when it was released and found that much to my surprise I enjoyed the philosophy presented in it as much as I enjoyed the story I'd