David Markson Vanishing Point: A Novel

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Vanishing Point: A Novel

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"No one but Beckett can be quite as sad and funny at the same time as Markson can."

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In a new novel that playfully deconstructs the novel, the author exposes himself--and the absurdities and tragedies of the creative life--in a funny, satirical, sometimes painful sendup of the novelist at work. Original.

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