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Ricardo Mena Cuevas
on April 27, 2011 :
Although not intended as a great literary analysis of the question,
Mr. Streitz has done what many literary minds had ignored:
To study the historical period with an open mind.
His questions are ours.
His answers only his. But they are persuasive. "Verie" much so.
An essential purchase for those of us who, as Aristotle said in his "Metaphysic", "by nature desire to know."
(reviewed within a month of purchase)