Wittgenstein's nephew: a friendship

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Knopf, Jan 15, 1989 - Fiction - 99 pages
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Two complex men--one the nephew of the philosopher Wittgenstein--resume the friendship begun years before and struggle with issues of wealth and responsibilities and the role and place of the artist in the world

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Review: Wittgenstein's Nephew

User Review  - Jeremy - Goodreads

Bernhard does a good job of showing how his friend's and his own physical/psychological illnesses and their disgust with Austria in general resonate and reflect off of each other. In other words, you ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rachel Kowal - Goodreads

3.7 stars My 2nd Bernhard. More to come. A meditation on physical and mental illness. It probably should have been 25 pages shorter, but okay. Read full review

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