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    When I first read Robert Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance I felt somewhat bewildered I loved his passion I loved the intensity of his relationships and his beliefs about life And yet I felt he was over his head trying to build sanity on shaky ground He desperately tried to shore up that foundation wit

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    While Robert Pirsig was open in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance about his personal life and the effect it had on his loved ones he

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    There's something about reading a book while you're sick a strange dislocation that both concentrates the mind and sets the imagination adrift For the last couple days I've been home with a bad cold reading Zen

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    Not the greatest book I ever read definitely took advantage of ZAMM hype to publicize a mediocre road trip retracing Pirsig's steps Read ZAMM and save yourself the trouble of reading this one Though I learned a few things about Rober

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    Would you listen to Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance again? Why?Yes I would listen again I may take a listen to the dramatized version to provide a greater audible depth into the story The story of father and son I was able to follow and even at times made me sad The philosophical elements of the book

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    Narrated by Buck SchirnerUnabridged 9 hrs and 58 minsPublisher's SummaryIn 1968 Robert Pirsig and his son Chris made the cross country motorcycle trip that was the basis for Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance a book that has inspired generations with its searching personal and philosophical narrativeAfter rereading the book at the onse

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    This is a first person account of a journalist who follows in Robert Pirsig's well not footsteps tire marks I su

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    This book is the sort of rumination on popular culture artifacts with a recent 30 years history that is enormously popular right now with boomer

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    Mark Richardson retraces Robert Pirsig historic trek in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance to discover for

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    Ordinarily I would not find a book about motorcycling and long distance travels very interesting but from the moment I took this volume off the library shelf and started leafing through it I started getting deja vu experinces I had read Pirsig's book back in the 70's sometime in conjunction with some humanities

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F Zen and the Art ask him a few uestions and place his classic book in context The result manages to be a biography of Pirsig himself – in the discovery of an unknown life of madness murder and eventual resolution – and a splendid meditation on creativity and problem solving sanity and insani. This is a first person account of a journalist who follows in Robert Pirsig s well not footsteps tire marks I suppose Pirsig is the author of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance a partly fictional account of Pirsig s motorcycle trip across the US with his teenage son The main thrust of the original book was Pirsig s assertion that uality with a capital was at the heart of the meaning of life In short if a job s worth doing it s worth doing wellRichardson the new author recounts his own journey and along the way explains how Pirsig came to write his book and what happened to him after it was published For much of the trip Richardson is a bit out of sorts He likes the idea of uality but something seems to be missing In the end Richardson realizes there s something important than uality and it appears that Pirsig found that out too in his post Zen lifeRichardson is very honest about his experiences and feelings during the rather solitary adventure and I think his conclusions are valid I just don t think you need to ride thousands of miles to figure it out Still an easy entertaining read although it will undoubtedly help if you ve read Pirsig The Hypochondriacs Guide To Life And Death in context The result manages to be a biography of Pirsig himself – ¡Arde Troya! (Las aventuras de Ogú, Mampato y Rena, in the discovery of an unknown life of madness murder and eventual resolution – and a splendid meditation on creativity and problem solving sanity and Doctor y campeón insani. This La corruptrice is a first person account of a journalist who follows Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves in Robert Pirsig s well not footsteps tire marks I suppose Pirsig The Purpose-Guided Universe is the author of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance a partly fictional account of Pirsig s motorcycle trip across the US with his teenage son The main thrust of the original book was Pirsig s assertion that uality with a capital was at the heart of the meaning of life In short The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion if a job s worth doing The Academy it s worth doing wellRichardson the new author recounts his own journey and along the way explains how Pirsig came to write his book and what happened to him after Full Dark, No Stars it was published For much of the trip Richardson If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, is a bit out of sorts He likes the 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida idea of uality but something seems to be missing In the end Richardson realizes there s something La ética de la crueldad important than uality and 3052 it appears that Pirsig found that out too Mercator is very honest about his experiences and feelings during the rather solitary adventure and I think his conclusions are valid I just don t think you need to ride thousands of miles to figure Pasos perdidos en Granada it out Still an easy entertaining read although Suffering and no suffering it will undoubtedly help Can We Live 150 Years? if you ve read Pirsig

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