On Suicide

On Suicide

John Miller / Feb 23, 2020

On Suicide An anthology of insightful reflections on the concept of suicide includes passages from the poetry of Sylvia Plath commentary by William Styron a glimpse at the constructed literary despair of Madam

  • Title: On Suicide
  • Author: John Miller
  • ISBN: 9780811802314
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • An anthology of insightful reflections on the concept of suicide includes passages from the poetry of Sylvia Plath, commentary by William Styron, a glimpse at the constructed literary despair of Madame Bovary, and other selections.

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    388 Comments

    1. This isn't a book about dealing with suicide, it's stories and poems, essays and ideas. It's a theoretical book without theology or philosophy. I read it in high school, and it worried people - but it helped me to get through the death of two people in my life from suicide (12 years apart, they haunted me), as well as my own previous battles with suicide. If you think you can handle it, try it.


    2. A transcendent beauty this book is, preternaturally thought-provoking and able to shed a new light of reason on an act typically deemed selfish, immoral and pernicious in more ways than one. Whether or not you agree with the ideas presented in this anthology of suicidal ideations, the eloquence with which these timeless writers' concepts of self- destruction is presented is one which will undoubtedly remain with you long after you have flipped the final page.


    3. I was thinking pretty seriously about killing myself for a while, but just ended up reading a bunch of books about depression and suicide instead. I feel way better nowadays.


    4. It has been a very long time since I read this (Caroline and I are unpacking a lot of books that we packed away quite some time ago tonight). I remember that this is the book that introduced me to Walker Percy. For that alone, it probably deserves four stars. One of the better books on suicide that I read when I was younger and more obsessed with the subject.



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