Bottom's Dream (Hardcover)

Arno Scmidt

ISBN 10: 1628971592 / ISBN 13: 9781628971590
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Hardcover. Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 1496 pages. 5.874. N° de ref. de la librería

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Críticas: "A truly witty and innovative writer."

"Arno Schmidt . . . was an enormously talent in the fictional line of cruel comedy that runs from Rabelais through Swift and Joyce or to say it straight out: a major European novelist.""

"Reading Arno Schmidt can be addictive."

"A giant of postwar German literature."

"Arno Schmidt . . . was an enormously talent in the fictional line of cruel comedy that runs from Rabelais through Swift and Joyce or to say it straight out: a major European novelist." -"New York Review of Books"
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"A giant of postwar German literature." -"New York Times"

"Reading Arno Schmidt can be addictive."-"Times Literary Supplement"

"A truly witty and innovative writer." -"Chicago Tribune"

"Reading Arno Schmidt can be addictive." -"Times Literary Supplement"

..".In this world, as he writes, everything proves to be a "PHALIBILD . . . NOTHING BUT A PENIDIN." These elusive etyms are perhaps the true heroes of Schmidt's masterpiece, Bottom's Dream (1970). That book is in some sense Schmidt's response to Finnegans Wake; it is a sprawling novel about a brief period, from 4 A.M. to early the next morning, outwardly centered on a discussion of that American father of European modernism, Edgar Allan Poe. Written in three columns and published only as a facsimile of an idiosyncratic typography designed by the author, the "Dream" represents the ultimate but untranslatable challenge to any translator. Mr. Woods has already shown his ability to translate late Schmidt with his version of Evening Edged in Gold (1975). Let us hope that he will have an opportunity to attempt the impossible and give us an English Bottom's Dream too. Then Arno Schmidt will assume his rightful place in modern literature." -Jeremy Alder, New York Times

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Título: Bottom's Dream (Hardcover)
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Schmidt, Bruno. John W. Woods, translator
Publicado por Dalkey Archive (2016)
ISBN 10: 1628971592 ISBN 13: 9781628971590
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Descripción Dalkey Archive, 2016. Hard Cover. Condición: Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Fine slipcase. First Edition. Fine in cloth-covered boards with paper labels on the spine and front panel and fine cardboard slipcase with paper labels on the front and rear panels. As new. Unread. Nº de ref. del artículo: b40640

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