7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner (Wordsworth Classics) (Paperback)
Like most people i stumbled accross this book without any real knowledge on the author and the book itself.
After reading this book i was simply amazed as to how such a book has not managed to emerge on the public scene with the ferosity as some modern day novels. I read some of the reviews that suggested reading the book in various ways and provided some sort of descritpion as to the meaning etc etc.
JUST READ IT AS THE AUTHOR INTENDED and then take what you want from it. It is such an insightful book.
However, one note of warning, it is written in Old Scots, and as such some of the language may be difficult for some, yet there is a glossary at the end. As a relatively young scotsman, i had trouble with some words, as they are predominantly lothian and east coast. But dont let that put you off, it is well worth it.