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Motorcycles are merely the lens through which those values are viewed. Pirsig, an intellectual who in the late s rode a bike from Minneapolis to San Francisco with his son and, for a portion of the journey, two friends. Despite being rejected by publishers, the book has become one of the most popular philosophy books of all time.

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Available in 27 languages, it has sold millions of copies since its initial publication in and continues to be in print today. I had attempted to read this legendary tome three times, only finding success with my last try. Escapism is a major part of the allure of motorcycling. Bill was mentioned only in passing in the original book, but Richardson spends 12 pages on the man whom Pirsig regarded as the rare mechanic who was fair and knowledgeable.

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Pirsig has led both a fascinating and tragic life. Despite being rejected by publishers, the book has become one of the most popular philosophy books of all time.

Available in 27 languages, it has sold millions of copies since its initial publication in and continues to be in print today. I had attempted to read this legendary tome three times, only finding success with my last try.

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Escapism is a major part of the allure of motorcycling. Bill was mentioned only in passing in the original book, but Richardson spends 12 pages on the man whom Pirsig regarded as the rare mechanic who was fair and knowledgeable. Pirsig has led both a fascinating and tragic life.

Pirsig is now almost 80 and a recluse. He would not agree to a face-to-face meeting with Richardson, though the two did eventually exchange some letters while Richardson was writing the book.