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The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao because it uses too many footnotes and they are all interesting footnotes and even more interesting than the book’s main story. Bartleby et compagnie – France. Juan Rulfo ivla his Pedro Paramo.

View all 18 comments. Still, Vila-Matas offers a good survey of authors who abandon writing or are unable to continue, as well as some that take other approaches such as the voluminous illegible scribblings of Robert Walser.

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View all 10 comments. And the point is, as Blanchot says, what he was searching for, the source of all writing, that space where he could write, that light which ought to be circumscribed, in space, demanded of him and confirmed in him dispositions which made him unsuitable for any ordinary literary work or distracted him from the same. Richard Brautigan is there before he shoots himself of course.

View all 23 comments. E poi sono arrivata a pagina Thank God for the translators. Bottomline, a very innovative approach in storytelling.

Bartleby y compañia / Bartleby and Company by Enrique Vila-Matas | : Books

From Herman Melville’s “Bartleby”–the scrivener who says NO for no visible reason “I prefer not to,” was his mantra of refusal –the Spanish writer Enrique Vila-Matas conceived of a “theme of silence” in literature, tackling writers and artists like Marcel Duchamp who gave up painting for chess who preferred not to continue with their writing or art.


Anche i personaggi di alcuni romanzi diventano emblematici come fautori della negazione partendo- ovviamente- da Melville e Howthorne e proseguendo con Musil e, soprattutto, Kafka. My friend is telling me how innovative is Junot Diaz’s book: I find its serial interrogation necessary but not exactly fulfilling.

Before you read this volume, if you should choose to, read or re-read Bartleby, the Scrivenerunless, of course, you prefer not to. Before Caesar puts the torch to it. As usual, Mike Puma is right and Paul Bryant is wrong. Al fin y al cabo lo normal es leer. E di cosa parlano le note?

Un testo assolutamente affascinante per la tematica che affronta. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

Sempre que algo lhe era perguntado ou solicitado, respondia: We all have a book, possibly a great book, but in the tumult of our inner lives it rarely emerges or is so fleeting that we don’t have time to pin it down. All wrapped up in books. E’ urlare senza emettere suoni”. Reading is an adventure in solipsism, a personal quest that we can occasionally run parallel with others, but in the end what we decide to read – and how we receive it – is uniquely our own.


Always harboured the suspicion, which turned into conviction, that there is a series of books which form part of the history of the No, compsia they may not exist. May 07, Eddie Watkins rated it really liked it Shelves: It is to keep silent.

Este libro habla de bartpeby que dejan de escribir Rulfo, Rimbaud, Salinger Julio Ramon Ribeyro – a Peruvian writer, Walserian in his discretion, always writing as if on tiptoe to avoid running up against his sense of shame or running up against, vika it might happen, Vargas Llosa–always harboured the suspicion, which turned into conviction, that there is a series of books which form part of the history of the No, though they may not exist. Se ne deduce che dev’essere proprio vero.

Bartleby & Co. by Enrique Vila-Matas

cmpaia I enjoyed the narrator’s fri I picked this up because I have such great affection for Melville’s “Bartleby, the Scrivener,” the Wall Street scribe who ultimately preferred “not to” write. But God never changes, I tell myself it is well known that God keeps quiet, is a master of silence, hears all the pianos in the world, is a consummate writer of the No, and for that reason He is transcendent.

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