On the surface this is a 'comedy of manners', but with more profound meaning underneath, the title taken from Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy on the Übermensch or "Superman."
I didn't see his character transfiguring throughout the play and was shocked when he suddenly decided to marry Ann. It seemed completely out of character and I did not really understand it.
I would just like to say i found the book very interesting. I found the Revolutionists maxims tremendously entertaining, and the book throughout kept pace. I loved the subversion of heaven and hell, and the women and man relationships. What did everyone else think?
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