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Bu özellikle karmaşık bir kitap değil, çok basit, basit başlıyor ve basit bitiyor, kitap her şeyin basitleştiğini ve karmaşık hale geldiğini açıkça açıkladığı için bununla karıştırdığımı söylemeliyim, kitap bu prensibin doğaüstü bir sebep de dahil olmak üzere her şeye uygulanır ve bu prensip ile sanırım Tanrı Yanılgısı 2'yi beklemek zorunda kalacağız, ancak GD 1'in olumlu niteliklerini geliştirebileceğinden emin değilim çünkü uygun bir şey yok ile başlayan özellikler.

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I would give it a 4.5 really, since I very much enjoyed reading it at the time, but in retrospect, I wouldn't call it a most deeply affecting book. The sensory descriptions of Les Halles and the historic narrative of the times are very good, but the main story of the confused would-be revolutionary Florent and the opposing petite bourgeois ways of his brother Quenu is lacking something like real passion... the whole thing seems very carefully and expertly researched but not actually lived. It is a very solid book still, of course, and poses many deep questions about the structure of society and the roles of individuals and their values. The hunger of the thin and the abundance of the fat are movingly described, as are the struggles of Florent to bring up his little brother when they are left with nothing, and the simpleton ease with which Quenu slides into his life of abundance. I most liked the story of Cadine and Marjolin, who live outside of all rules, picking off the scraps of the market like sparrows for as long as that lasts.

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My favorite book ever.