Reflections of a working writer and reader
A novel, in short, is a novel, not a map of the familiar world, and Beckett's novels differ from most in the consistency of their insistence upon this prinsiple.
john baker, February 24th, 2007. 3 comments. Filed under miscellaneous, politics.
Previous post: Egyptian blogger sentenced to four years
Next post: Who is the greatest living writer in the UK?
A murderer 5 ……95
A Writer….. 0 ….110
jb says: Hi Steve, you jester.
I see nothing mentioned about mediocre candidates. 😉
jb says: Hi Jennifer. There’s far too many of them, and anyway they get elected by default.
What in the name of Jerry Brightonhammer was that all about?
I dont’ know but it doesn’t make sense to me.
Read extracts from my novels
Powered by eShop