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2666: A Novel by Roberto Bolano

2666: A Novel

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2666: A Novel Roberto Bolano ebook
Page: 912
Publisher: Picador
ISBN: 0312429215, 9780312429218
Format: epub

Several days ago, I came out with a rather clumsy post (mostly written during my lunch break) comparing "The Part About Archimboldi" to a novel by Jakov Lind called Landscape in Concrete. That is the basis for their connection. Published a year after his death and translated into English a few more years later, it is an enormous book that defies summary. The reason I bought 2666 wasn't because I knew I was getting stomach flu, but because of my occasional worry that I'm too old to experience a new novel as a masterpiece. In the first section of Bolano's 2666, the academics have Archembolo's books in common. Santa Teresa, in the state of Sonora, on the Mexican-U.S. 2666 is Roberto Bolano's master statement. 2666 by Roberto Bolaño For an 800-page, translated novel in five sections, 2666 is an unbelievable pleasure to read. He completed its first draft shortly before his death in 2004. Calling Roberto Bolano's 2666 a novel is somewhat misleading. The review of Bolaño's novel 2666, the part about Amalfitano (which is shorter than the first installment). Roberto Bolaño's final novel 2666, released posthumously, is a sprawling literary tome. Not marble, nor the gilded monuments. Chilean author Roberto Bolano posthumously won the National Book Critics Circle award Thursday night for the English translation of his 912-page novel 2666. Certainly, it bears many attributes of a work of long fiction – memorable characters, richly evoked locations, abundant action, recurrent themes.