This is a book of proven merit, bringing together a judiciously composed and multi-faceted assortment of texts giving voice to the existentialist experience of life or describing and analysing existentialism. The brief, to the point introductions by professor Kaufmann properly put the various contributions in context. Unfortunately, the printing quality is inadmissibly low (cheap, porous paper making for a bloated look, the contours of the characters annoyingly vague) and effectively distracts the reader's attention from the text.
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