The Life & Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman by Laurence Sterne. Penguin English Library Edition, 1760, 630p.
4 out of 5 sliced eggplants.
Tristram Shandy. I feel that the impression left on me is best summed up in emoji.
If you’re looking for a weird and wonderful classic that makes zero sense, Tristram Shandy is worth a look. If you like linear and sensical stories than avoid at all costs. Also, hobby horse.
I haven’t read this book, but in such a short and sweet review, I think you’ve stated very well whether one should read this or not. Well done 🙂