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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
There's a pretty big difference between this and Powell's 'A Dance to the Music of Time.' DMT is enormous, and this is short; DMT is fantastic, and this is okay. On the other hand, they both deal with the strange break between the early to mid twentieth century and the last decades of it, so it's in some ways not so different. If you liked the last volume of DMT, I would definitely recommend this; and this would be a reasonable place to start, to see if you want to make the investment in the series. As a stand alone book, it's okay; the start is incredibly confusing, but after the first few chapters it settles into nice prose. A quick, funny read.
Review: O, How the Wheel Becomes It!User Review - Nick Tramdack - Goodreads
I read this novella on the recommendation of fellow library employee and UChicago 2007 alum Ben Nelson. I had always intended to tackle Powell's "A Dance to the Music of Time" and this seemed like a ... Read full review