A work in three parts, Things Written starts with aphorisms in "How Not to Be a Ruminant", shifts to essays in "Weights and
Counterweights", and concludes with poetry in "By the Metre". Some arguments appear in more than one section, and include
nationalism, class, free will, religion, literature and the arts, but the theme of human relationships runs through the entire
book, and is most closely examined with reference to the ideas of Martin Buber in a long essay entitled "Cats and Dogs, and
Other Things We Cannot Understand". The back cover carries the following: "WARNING: This is a non-genre product and end-users
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