All and everything, Volume 1

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Dutton, 1964
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Review: Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson (All and Everything #1)

User Review  - Gregory - Goodreads

A very tough read. I really wanted to consume this book as it was recommended after a great coffee house discussion about consciousness and imagination. I found Meetings with Remarkable Men easier. I had the same experience with Anatole France's Penguin Island... very hard to read. Read full review

Review: Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson (All and Everything #1)

User Review  - Fred Ebeneku-anim - Goodreads

A difficult-to-read book not mean for everyone but is truly a book of all and everything; possibly a bible for seekers. Read full review

Contents

The arousing of thought
3
Why Beelzebub was in our solar system
51
The cause of the delay in the falling of the ship Karnak
56
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