The general mood of this book is elegiac. Even when funny passages appear, they tend to be ones with wry humor. One can feel the author's sense of anger and helplessness toward the human folly which seems bound to repeat over and over again because
..." human beings are just unable to learn the lesson at all. Benjamin utters out such sentiment concisely in a line: "The children of this world are consistent too."
In addition, I like the final scene of this novel very much. Sublime, and yet very sad, too.Continua...Nascondi