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3.0 von 5 Sternen Clemen's philosophy carried to its logical end, 28. Juli 1998
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The Mysterious Stranger is perhaps the clearest expression of Clemen's unspoken philosophy about the nature and meaning of human life. The author is of course a world-class cynic, sarcastic to a fault, and if he were not so, he would not be the Twain that we know and love. But in this story, we see the full expression of all his sarcastic wit and buried bitterness and hate. Clemens shows himself to be an out-and-out nihilist by the end of the story. I was shocked that he pushed as far as he did in proclaiming the meaning of life to be nothingness, that the full purpose of man in the cosmos was nil, a cruel joke at best. To be sure, the story is a master work from a master writer, but this story more than any other I've read shows Clemens' philosophy to be a very cruel and harsh one, one which only made me feel sorry that he so drastically misunderstood the nature of the universe and its Creator.
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