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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 with his ideas of uality but if he succeeded in solidifying the foundation I for one was never convinc

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    While Robert Pirsig was open in Ze

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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 and Now –

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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 Robert Pirsig's life that I didn't know before and discovered that I had misunderstood the phaedrus character entirely

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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

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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 onset of middle age reporter Mark Richardson tuned up his old Suzuki dirt bike and became a Pirsig Pil

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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 suppose Pir

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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 boomers It's an easy read When you are done you won't be sure why you read it but it's nice to hear how other people were inspiredaffected by ZMM I think most people who have read this book in th

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    Mark Richardson retraces Robert Pirsig historic trek in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance to discover for himself the meaning of life I read Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance about five years ago and was m

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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 experinc

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characters ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ✓ Mark Richardson

Rt of Motorcycle Maintenance An Inuiry into Values has touched whole generations of readers with its serious attempt to define “uality” in a world that seems indifferent to the responsibilities that uality brings Mark Richardson expands Zen and PDF that journey with an investigation of his own – to find the e. 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 onset of middle age reporter Mark Richardson tuned up his old Suzuki dirt bike and became a Pirsig Pilgrim one of the legions of fans who regularly retrace the author s route from Minneapolis to San FranciscoRichardson like Pirsig before him traveled the lonely roads of the American West where he encountered many of the same people and places that inspired

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Now on PDFEPUB #231 On the Trail of Robert Pirsig's Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance Zen and Now is the story of a story that will appeal to the million readers of the and Now on the Trail Kindle original and serve as an initiation to a whole new generation Since its original publication in Zen and the A. 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 and Now pausing only for another pot of awful herbal tea or a richly layered sneezeMark Richardson s book is the account of a Pirsig pilgrim someone who hops on a motorcycle and religiously follows the itinerary from Minnesota to San Francisco mapped out in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance I m old enough to remember buying the cheap Bantam paperback of that book when it appeared in the mid 70s and like thousands of others I completely succumbed to its spell I read i

characters ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ✓ Mark Richardson

Nigmatic author of 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 insanity. 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 b