Wittgenstein's Mistress. David Markson
ISBN: 1564782115,9781564782113 | 248 pages | 7 Mb
Wittgenstein's Mistress David Markson
Publisher: Dalkey Archive Pr
Ptsmith_vt | Posted on Apr 8th +4. "The sentences proceed directly one from another," observed Amy Hempel in her review of "Wittgenstein's Mistress" (Dalkey Archive Press, 1988), perhaps Markson's best-known novel. "Wittgenstein's Mistress," his most acclaimed work, and other novels were interior monologues on the state of the world and the state of the author's mind. David Markson is the author of several books including Going Down, Springer's Progress, Wittgenstein's Mistress, and Reader's Block. Then there was Franz Schania, the father of Paul Wittgenstein's mistress Hilde. Markson's Wittgenstein's Mistress got a huge plug from David Foster Wallace, but Markson's index-card tetraology of Reader's Block, This is Not a Novel, Vanishing Point, and The Last Novel, are to me, more rereadable. Falconer by John Cheever (Alfred A. I can't imagine him having a problem when an intelligent, sincere tv show decides to put some embedded references. Yet another in a series of nonreviews of books of a certain genre posing as books of another genre. He was on friendly terms with Dylan Thomas, Malcolm Lowry, and William Gaddis. DFW loved Wittgenstein's Mistress reference style.
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