HENRY ROLLINS SOLIPSIST PDF

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To be solipsistic is to totally realize the ego and the nightmare of utter self-possession.

Aug 15, Abigail Abbe rated it it was amazing Shelves: Get to Know Us. Don’t have a Kindle?

I worked on this book in several cities all over the world until If existentialism and inwardly produced angst is what you’re searching for, look no further. At times I agreed and or sympathized with him, other times I pitied him, and even got frustrated with him.

Solipsist by Henry Rollins

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. There are so many books out there about pain and agony but the Solipsist has a brand new aspect. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Rollins definitely has a way with words.

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Oct 29, Glenn Gargiulo rated it it was amazing. This roollins, written from a fiction standpoint was even more diabolically poignant and sad. No, it’s the best. To read this book and understand its contents fully is to have your deepest darknesses understood and laid out in front of you, forcing you to confront them.

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This book and all of the powerful words inside described the way I was feeling better than anything soliipsist ever could. The moon never tries to get in on the guest list or use your name to impress others. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.

I highly recommend this book and can see myself re-reading it over and over again. But it inspires in ways I am always surprised by. One of the best cynical, jaded, brain spews I’ve read to date. It’s basically a mad collection of journal entries of a deeply wounded and unsettled man who just spews his hatred and poison rollinw hates himself and his life rolluns the entire humankind. Share your thoughts with other customers. Rollins best work by far. This book is perfect if you given up on humanity, love, and happy fucking endings.

I absolutely loved this book for its uncompromising and realistic narrative on love, hate, indifference, and a myriad of other feelings. This book may not be for everyone, the raw, bold, straightforward writing and the obsessive and claustrophobic way of thinking of the main character who’s point of view we follow, may be unsettling to some. A tough read at times because of its intensity and its often harshly negative prose, by far the most aggressively existential book I’ve ever read. It’s basically a mad collection of journal entries of a d Solipsist is a book that shouldn’t exist.

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The moon needs not fame or money to be powerful. Return to Book Page. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? A killer guitarist in a band that is now defunct. Raw, brutal, aggressive, but most of all, painfully honest.

Sep 14, Tuxlie marked it as to-read. Rollinx moon never shoves clouds out of its way so it can be seen. Aug 29, Mia Moreno rated it it was amazing.

The book is incredibly suicidal. If you’ve ever solipssist like introspective suffering is an unavoidable, natural part of life, especially to thinkers, you’re in for one of the best treats you’ll ever come across in overlooked literature. I gave this book a 5 out of 5 stars and I’m certain I will read it again in the future. No one hates the moon or wants to kill it.

The moon is beautiful and bright. I like Rollins auto-biographical work. Rollinss 15, Savannah Wilson rated it it was amazing. But his “fiction” is dry and incomplete, let alone difficult to determine what is real, opinion, fantasy or otherwise free association ramblings.

This book is Raw and disturbing book. He has a decent thought or image here and there, but on the whole it is anything but engaging.