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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User Review  - reganrule - LibraryThing

On first pass I was convinced that Paul Wittgenstein (the eponymous "nephew") was merely a cipher for the narrator Thomas Bernhard, and that what Thomas describes as the "most valuable relationship I ... Read full review

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User Review  - proustitute - LibraryThing

Brutal, brilliant—no words can do this justice. Read full review

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