The book is a marvelous exploration of how ideas are formed, inspired and cultivated, and the writing is lucid and compelling.
Such a pity that the reader insists on attempting a foreign accent for every citation, an exercise that is pointless and distracting. The reader's attempt at a German accent early in the book when citing Goethe was so painful that I had to stop mid-stride and hold my gut.
Please read the book but avoid this audio version.
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