Maybe this has been passed over a thousand times, i apologize, im new. But i think i may like it alot around here, and i wanted to post this, cuz i think the book is great.
what struck me most is the modernism of it all, even though it was written in the 1960's(im young :rolleyes: ). i read through it again, and nowhere did it mention anything time related, and i thought wow, this book really feels timeless, it applies to actual human culture that has continued throughout, rather than modern technology, etc
did anyone else read it?