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The Dream of a Ridiculous Man

Narrated by: Michael Scott
Length: 59 mins
Categories: Classics, World Literature
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One of the most fascinating psychological struggles of the modern world revolves around the competing tension between existential philosophy and metaphysical spirituality. "The Dream of a Ridiculous Man" beautifully encapsulates the extremes of both points of view and provides the listener a front row seat to a battle that still rages today.

©2018 Fyodor Dostoyevsky (P)2018 AB Books

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good story, reader was very annoying

Barely finished it.... the last word of every sentence Trails off into a weird growl/hum ... the narrator was very annoying and monotone otherwise the story was good

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A must read/listen book!!!

Really impressed with the authors way of writing and how open and honest it is.

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it could happen to you....

a provocative tale which bares the very breadth of mankind.... doubt, disbelief, ridicule and hope.

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And his nothing but ridiculous

This book will tell the value of living in a society full of prejudgment and prejudice. The truth make him ridiculous and ridiculous make him the truth.