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by Roberto Bolaño, translated from the Spanish by Natasha Wimmer. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, pp., $ is the last novel by Roberto Bolaño. It was released in , a year after Bolaño's death. Its themes are manifold, and it revolves around an elusive German Creation of the novel · Title · Plot summary · Critical reception. Roberto Bolaño's posthumous novel is not only a capstone to his own vaulting ambition, but a landmark in what's possible for the form in our.
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2666 by Roberto Bolaño
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By Roberto Bolaño
As in Arcimboldo 's paintings, the individual elements of are easily catalogued, while roberto bolano 2666 composite result, though unmistakable, remains ominously implicit, conveying a power unattainable by more direct strategies.
What strikes one first about it is the stylistic richness: Then there is 's resistance to categorization.
At times it is reminiscent of James Ellroy: At other moments it seems as though the Alexandria Quartet had been transposed to Mexico and populated by ragged versions of Durrell 's characters. There's also a similarity with W. There are no defining moments in Mysteries are never resolved.
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By Roberto Bolaño | Quarterly Conversation
Anecdotes are all there is. Freak or banal events happen simultaneously, inform each other and poignantly keep the wheel turning.
There is no logical end to a Bolano book.