You’ve paid money for this book in order to pay attention. You are skeptical, which is to say, unforgiving. You have enough money to afford this book or you have family or friends who do and who don’t mind your borrowing, or you have the type of family or friends who gift books like this on auspicious, and even for no, occasions, in which case perhaps you’re only being attentive because you’re interested in just what type of person this gifter thinks you are - whether they think you’re too attentive, to them, to yourself, or too inattentive, to either or to both.
‘[I]ntelligent, lyrical, prosaic, theoretical, pragmatic, funny, serious. His best prose does everything at once.’
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Published May 21, 2013
by Notting Hill Editions.
Literature & Fiction.