The waiting game: an essay on the gift of time

New York: Upper West Side Philosophers (2011)
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Literary Nonfiction. Translated from the German by Michael Eskin. Graced with lyricism, THE WAITING GAME is an engaging meditation on the ways in which human beings are forced—and choose—to mark time, from earliest childhood to the final moments of life. This is an unsparing, yet often poetic, essay on the ordeals and pleasures inherent in the universal experience of waiting.

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