2666: A Novel. Roberto Bolano
ISBN: 0312429215,9780312429218 | 912 pages | 23 Mb
2666: A Novel Roberto Bolano
€�”The Part About Fate,” 2666, p.348. I have very little patience for books I'm not enjoying and I have no reluctance to put a book down forever if I'm not getting "pleasure"* from it. Nowhere else is his writing more decadently sampled than with his major novels–”The Savage Detectives” and his magnum opus, “2666,” both translated from the original Spanish by Natasha Wimmer. Poetry, on the other hand, was completely homosexual.” So begins Roberto Bolaño's final posthumous published novel, Woes of the True Policeman. This is the issue that Roberto Bolano sets up in his novel 2666. The question of whether 2666 is a total novel seems interesting enough for its own thread. What I did was read a book with 2,666 pages. July 22, 2009 @ 10:27 pm · Filed under Recipes · Tags:books; fictional cooking; veggies. Not every writer would write a novel in the form of a completely invented encyclopaedia of imaginary writers and call the result Nazi Literature in the Americas. For the past week, I have been walking around, trying to think of what — finally — to say about Roberto Bolaño's novel, 2666. At 900 pages, it groans with ambition, knitting together five different novellas in a sprawling story spanning decades, continents and styles. No, I didn't buy 2,666 Brussels sprouts. The best blogging experience of my first year at the practice is, by far, the group read of 2666. The wide ranging geography and time frame of 2666 defy easy summary.
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