What to Do

What to Do

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A nameless narrator and his friend Alberto move through a constantly morphing continuum of dream-like situations while discussing philosophy, literature, and war. The impossible question of an enormous student in a lecture hall at an English university sets off a series of alternate paths that open before them like a fan. In taverns, boats, and plazas, the two protagonists discuss John Donne, Lawrence of Arabia, and Lenin with English students, a group of young and old women, and eight hundred drinkers, all the while being dropped from one strange place into the next. A remarkable work of refined surreal comedy.
Publisher: Victoria, TX : Dalkey Archive Press 2016
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781564787057
Branch Call Number: FIC KATCHAD 2016
Characteristics: 99 pages ; 18 cm
Additional Contributors: Posada, Priscilla


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Aug 09, 2017

An okay read, but goes on a bit too long. Thankfully it's under a hundred pages. I imagine a better reader than yours truly might see some reason for this repetitiousness, but I've failed to spot it.


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