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Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Queneau (The Last Days, etc.), who died in 1976, is best known as a precursor of postmodernism, and this inventive fiction, published in French in 1948, has a wonderful time playing with itself: it's as though Garc°a M†rquez and Beckett met in a dark alley and sat down drunk to collaborate. Ostensibly a series of improvisations on the theme of sons killing fathers, the book becomes both a great ... Read full review

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