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The Seamstress and the Wind by César Aira
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Jun 20, 11

bookshelves: argentinean-lit, fiction
Read in June, 2011

The more I read of César Aira, the less I feel I understand him. Ghosts was kind of surreal and creepy, and had some of the best scenes set in a supermarket that I have ever read (this is meant to be more of a compliment than it sounds). I liked The Literary Conference less, but it still had some audacious meta bits. This...I have no idea, man. But I think I'd rather be reading Javier Marias.

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