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Tzero original titles: Ti con zero is a 1967 collection of short stories by Italian author Italo Calvino. The title story is based on a particularly uncertain moment in the life of a lion hunter.

An angry  reader called Andy wrote a review for GOOD READSWEBSITE about  Tzero: “Unbelievably bad, the worst book I've read since joining Goodreads, and one of the worst books I've read in my life. I got suckered into this one because Invisible Cities is one of my all-time favorites, and because I'd enjoyed The Baron in the Trees and If on a winter's night a traveler well enough. Don't make the same mistake I did. At best it's a very, VERY, VERY poor man's Borges. The style of writing perhaps this has to do with the translation? is unreadable, with profusely long run-on sentences that read more like a brainstormed draft than a finalized work. The reader's reward for picking through the mess of diction is a load of quasi-mathematical scientific crap that is dressed in incoherent imagery, poor logic, and uninspiring philosophy. If you like this stuff, read Borges, read Douglas Hofstader, or why not try a book or class! on actual mathematics, physics, or philosophy of science? Other people have already thought and written about the sorts of ideas in this book at much greater depth and with much greater clarity. I'd guess that this book was deliberately written with experimentation in mind, and I respect the spirit of trying new and different things. But it's clearly a failed experiment and I wish this had been recognized by the writer in his study, well before getting anywhere near a printing press”


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