This man is a Danish philosopher of the nineteenth century.
This man has translated such a large portion of the book Either/Or, which is a two-volume work that he is credited with having done the entire task.
Character of the Reader
This character is a young man.
During the entire book it is evident that when this character is referred to as a human being, Jesus Christ is the entity in question.
The Narrative Character
This is the character that the author uses throughout the two main portions of the book.
This character is at once a relationship with another and an orientation.
This character is infamous for murdering his own brother.
This character is the first man.
This character is the first woman.
This character is mentioned by Soren Kierkegaard when he is discussing ancient...
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