Berta Isla by Javier Marías
Who can figure out Javier Marías? A prominent recent profile of the Spanish novelist in the New York Times compared him to Marcel Proust and Henry James, and with good reason. His novels are massive works built on an extravagant ruminative prose style almost incompatible with mainstream commercial success, but well suited for highbrow literary acclaim. …
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