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Review 'Probably as good an introduction to Kierkegaard and his works as any that is likely ever to be produced.'--Times Literary Supplement'A remarkable phosphorescent condensation. . . . [Lowrie gives] us the very essence of the man. . . . A superb study.'--New Republic'A very fine introduction.'--Commonweal'A magnificent portrait.'--Christian Century'A sympathetic and powerful study.'--Union Seminary Review'A clear and moving account of the history of Kierkegaard's development and his writings.'--Baltimore Evening Sun Read more About the Author Walter Lowrie (1868-1959) played a leading role in introducing Kierkegaard to the English-speaking world as his first English-language biographer and the first English translator of more than a dozen volumes of his work. Read more

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