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Pantheon Books, 1966 - Fiction - 564 pages
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"No matter how it hurts me, I shall never be indifferent like Etienne,” Oliveira thought. “What it amounts to is that I insist on the unheard-of idea that man was meant for something else. Then, of course . . . What poor tools we have to find a way out of this dungeon.” Read full review

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It is my firm belief that no novelist has come as close to depicting the gordian convolutedness of Life with as much accuracy, verve and mind-bending cleverness as Cortazar. Lasciate ogni speranza, ye who seek a literary walk in the park. Read full review

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