Saturday, January 15, 2011

César Aira, The Novelist Who Can't Be Stopped - By Michael Greenberg (New York Review of Books)

Roberto Bolaño called him "one of the three or four best writers working in Spanish today." Since 1975, the Argentine César Aira has published about seventy novels, usually no longer than one hundred pages: dense, unpredictable confections delivered in a plain, stealthily lyrical style capable of accommodating the author’s fondness for mixing metaphysics, realism, pulp fiction, and Dadaist incongruities ... read more

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