Between Parentheses Review

Roberto Bolaño, Between Parentheses, New Directions, 2011; edited by Ignacio Echevarria; translated by Natasha Wimmer. Source: Amazon.

A review of Between Parentheses, the collection of assorted non-fiction material by Roberto Bolaño, can be found over at Three Percent.

While Bolaño presumably never intended these writings to stand in lieu of a more cohesive autobiographical work (which, given the sentiments contained within the book, is not something he was ever likely to have penned in any proper way), it is nonetheless all we as readers are left with to make sense of him as an individual and lover of great fiction.

Read more at the link. [via Three Percent]



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