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Flaubert's Parrot by Julian Barnes
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Jun 24, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: excellent-ideas, favorites, scholarly, unique

Very post-modern which is the genre I love so much. I love this book because first of all, I adore Gustave Flaubert. Although the parrot referred in the title made its appearance in another work of Flaubert, this book really gave a lot of insights and musings about Flaubert's life as well as his body of literature. I really enjoyed it. It actually sounds like a non-fiction novel if not only for the fact that the narrator of the book is a fictional character.

I will definitely read this book again in the future as well as read more of Julian Barnes.
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