An in-depth review of The Quotable Krishnamurti, edited by Robert Epstein, appears in Volume XV, Number 4 of the Theosophical History Journal.  The review, written by Joseph Conti, states:

Consisting of over two-hundred, piquant sayings, The Quotable Krishnamurti is topically arranged, addressing pressing existential issues such as “Acceptance,” “Experience,” “Leadership,” “God,” “Meditation,” “Respectability,” “Self-Discovery,” “Sorrow,” and “The Unknown.” Epstein has indeed assembled a dazzling variety of apothems that, taken together, present Krishnamurti’s primary themes.

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