Strange Life of Ivan Osokin: A Novel

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Dec 1, 1987 - Fiction - 176 pages
12 Reviews
Set in Moscow and Paris, Ouspensky's only full-length novel explores the theme of "eternal recurrence", a theory of time developed in Ouspensky's classic book A New Model of the Universe.

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User Review  - Frank Dobner - Goodreads

Great study in free-will versus universal will Read full review

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User Review  - Stela Brinzeanu - Goodreads

5 stars only for its concept. Fatalism or a profound truth..? - Sill can't decide.. Read full review

Contents

The Parting Page
1
The Three Letters
4
The Man in the Dark Blue Overcoat
7
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Ouspensky, born in Moscow, originally studied natural science and psychology at the University of Moscow earning immediate respect as a mathematical theorist. He was also a writer and journalist, contributing to the principal Russian newspapers.

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