Book Reviews of Immortality

ISBN-13: 9780060974480
ISBN-10: 0060974486
Publication Date: 3/1992
Pages: 345
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: HarperPerennial
Book Type: Paperback
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An interesting book that makes you think. I loved the way the plots all tied together at some point.
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Not an easy book for me to get through, but well worth the effort.
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This is the first Milan Kundera book I've read. I enjoyed this novel. The struggles detailed in the protagonist are applicable to everyone at every age although the protangonist took interesting turns. I enjoyed the connectedness of not only every person but every situation in the novel. Kundera also injects long dead artists, writers and philosophers to stress points. I read a lot of foreign authors and Kundera fits beautifully into the scattered style of technique I'm used to in these authors including the author talking to the reader. I find the writing of foreign to be much deeper and more meaningful than current American novelists.
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Milan Kundera's sixth novel springs from a casual gesture of a woman to her swimming instructor, a gesture that creates a character in the mind of a writer named Kundera. Like Flaubert's Emma or Tolstoy's Anna, Kundera's Agnes becomes an object of fascination, of indefinable longing.