gives one a very good overview of evola;s work, very objective, he talks about his writings from his earliest to this one, seems there is a bit to be translated also [ from the few he speaks of that i was unaware of ]
This is one of those IT books, a redactic autobiography that is more to do with Evola's activities than an ordinary autobiography, it was only meant to be published posthumously, which it is now. Talks about his world view and the impulses to write the various books he wrote.NOno
. Not for the newcomer to Evola, but for those who cherish his aesthetic and penetrating view of all things traditional and esoteric, a must have.