A woman about to lose her job as a professor of literature and history delivers a passionate, witty, and word-mad monologue in this inventive novel, which was called "brilliant" (The Listener), "dazzling" (The Guardian), "elegant, rueful and witty" (The Observer) upon its original publication in England in 1984.
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Review: AmalgamemnonUser Review - Iwokeinrelief - Goodreads
Well, let's start here. I hope you like neologisms. I hope you like puns. If you do not - truthfully, if either of the two bother you - then this is not for you. Really, you might as well just skip it ... Read full review
Review: AmalgamemnonUser Review - Brian - Goodreads
I imagine what fun it must be to be a stray thought in the beautiful mind of Christine Brooke-Rose. You know that sooner or later that net is going to snag you - and when it does you will be polished ... Read full review