Dalkey Archive Press, 1961 - 351 ページ
"But Vernier finds that the core of what he actually knows is useless unless he can spin around it a concentric web of larger suppositions, endowed with varying "degrees" of truth. Relying on his nephew's information, he writes Part Two of his manuscript as if it were being written by his nephew. Finally, in Part Three, the raw material of life overwhelms his delicate literary structure, thus exposing the impossibility of his obsession and the damaging effect this obsession has on both himself and those who surround him."--BOOK JACKET.
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A fragment of consciousness and a future music indeed... beneath the surface of Pierre Vernier's chronicle (the prose positively luminescent in Richard Howard's translation) be prepared to find a ... レビュー全文を読む
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