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Swann's Way
Marcel Proust, Lydia Davis
Norman Rush
The Unknown University
Roberto Bolaño, Laura Healy
Postmodern Belief: American Literature and Religion since 1960 (20/21)
Amy Hungerford
The Fun Stuff: And Other Essays
James Wood
Albert Angelo - B.S. Johnson

What strange language it is to read, this book. How peculiar, to me, my self, too, the reading. The book. This book. That I’ve held, in my hands, this book, my hands have held. Great fun, to read, too, this book, for me, myself, this book, it is. Wonder the punctuation, abundant, too, from McCarthy and Faulkner came? Wonder the syntax, not Dutch, Pennsylvanian or otherwise, too? (I’m going to throw the horse over the fence some hay). Right then, write, write on, read, read more. This read and that, the book, too, that one, above cited. And hurry. Then build, build, design, build then.

How many writers get to use the word aposiopesis? Everyone uses the concept, but few know the meaning (hell, yes, I had to look it up). And if you don’t believe me, well, I’ll—

One for the die-hards.

Easily four stars, probably closer to five. Screw it, five it is.