Fathers and Sons
Fathers and Sons Philosophical Viewpoints Quotes
How we cite our quotes:
"Death is an old jest but it comes new to everyone." (27.141)
What does Bazarov mean when he calls death a "jest"? Does it seem as if he is taking his own death as a joke or that he is taking it seriously? Why must death always come "new to everyone"? If death is a joke then what is the punch line?