Death With Interruptions by José Saramago
How do we deal with José Saramago? This Nobel laureate writes books that read more like fables than novels. Often his characters are so poorly developed that the author doesn’t even assign them names, let alone inner lives. If an award were given for run-on sentences, he would win it every year. His preferred narrative voice is marked by a smugness, fal…
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