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The very nature of humanity is presented as the fundamental flaw in the theories of socialism by a narrator who has withdrawn from society and isolated himself after a long career in government.
Part one is told from the perspective of the protagonists diary and is read in monologue form.
It explores themes of pain and suffering, the insecurities of inaction in the face of suffering, and his viewpoints on the theories of logic and reason.
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