Rituals by Cees Nooteboom

"Rituals" is a philosophical novel that explores the lives of three men, each dealing with existential crises in post-World War II Netherlands. The narrative delves into their individual searches for meaning and purpose, their struggles with societal norms, and their attempts to establish personal rituals as a way to create order in a seemingly chaotic world. The book is a profound meditation on the human condition, examining themes of time, death, and the nature of reality.

The 2906th greatest book of all time


Published
1980
Nationality
Dutch
Type
Fiction
Pages
264
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Dutch

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