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Against the Day (Thomas Pynchon)

Reading a novel by Thomas Pynchon is like trying to piece together a giant puzzle, only you don’t know what the picture is supposed to be, and dump trucks keep stopping by to pour out more pieces. It’s great, if distressing, fun. In Against the Day, Pynchon’s first novel in nine years, he forecasts the […]

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Savage Love (Douglas Glover)

“What kind of story was this?” asks Lennart, one of Douglas Glover’s many conflicted characters, concerning his overcomplicated life. Lennart has just learned from his frenemy Nedlinger, the celebrity forensic archaeologist, that the skeleton Nedlinger built a career upon was not prehistoric at all, but the abandoned fetus of Lennart’s unknown brother. Lennart’s tentative conclusion […]