Monday, 25 June 2012

A good book

It's a sad truth, for which I am prepared to take no responsibility whatever, that the better people know me the less seriously they tend to take my book recommendations. So here's somebody else, with the authority of the New York Times behind him, talking about how great Pynchon's Mason and Dixon is. He describes it as
less willfully cerebral than the author’s earlier masterworks

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  1. P.S. Apparently Michiko Kakutani is a) a woman and b) someone complicated of whom I should have heard: