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2666: A Novel. Roberto Bolano

2666: A Novel


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2666: A Novel Roberto Bolano
Publisher: Picador




More than a month ago I began reading Roberto Bolaño's 2666, I suppose on a lark. Bolaño, in fact, when he realized he was dying (d. Not every writer would write a novel in the form of a completely invented encyclopaedia of imaginary writers and call the result Nazi Literature in the Americas. 2666 Roberto Bolaño´s novel 2666 takes off from five different airstrips and touches down in more locations than a Jason Bourne movie. Shanghai private library 2666 Shanghai wordsmith Sun Ganlu (孙甘露) dives into a novel at 2666. 2666 opens with a novel about four European literary critics, academics, who specialize in the work of a fictional German novelist, Benno von Archimboldi. 2666 by Roberto Bolaño For an 800-page, translated novel in five sections, 2666 is an unbelievable pleasure to read. Namely, Bolaño's wish was for 2666 to be published in separate volumes, one per year ( I believe). The novel's cryptic title is one of its many grim jokes; there is no reference to this figure in its 900 pages. Perhaps the first online group read of the novel was the "National Reading '2666' Month", a month-long reading by The New Yorker (The Book Bench) in January 2009. 2666 is one of those novels which push the limits of the novel past its conventional size and scope, and its 893 pages of text definitely is one literary mammoth. Nowhere else is his writing more decadently sampled than with his major novels–”The Savage Detectives” and his magnum opus, “2666,” both translated from the original Spanish by Natasha Wimmer. According to his heirs, Roberto Bolaño left instructions that his final work, 2666, should be published as five separate novels, each corresponding to one of the sections of the book as it appears today. Bolaño's final novel, 2666, represents a sort of apotheosis of that dread. And this is probably why, out of all the 'books' in 2666, I liked Book II best. Santa Teresa, in the state of Sonora, on the Mexican-U.S. While a rose by any other name may well smell as sweet, the title of a book is most frequently inextricably linked to the nature and quality of the story contained within.