The Dissolution of Nicholas Dee: His Researches
Michael Upchurch called The Dissolution of Nicholas Dee "a work of great charm, playful paranoia, and exquisite obsession". It is now available from Grove Press in its definitive, revised edition with an introduction by Michael Cunningham. Adrift in a glittering city of high culture and constant crime, an earnest young historian named Nicholas Dee finds his life being taken over by a mysterious dwarf and the curiously gifted illiterate boy she is charged with teaching.
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Review: The Dissolution of Nicholas DeeUser Review - George - Goodreads
Surreal and strange and thoroughly Stadler. There was something Brazil-esque about it, and yet it was unlike anything I've ever read before. The apartment renovation will remain in my mind as I go through my first house remodel... Read full review
Review: The Dissolution of Nicholas DeeUser Review - Bryn - Goodreads
Beautifully poetic novel- a good straight-through read on a foggy, melancholy kind of day. Read full review