Never-Ending Book Quiz
Of whom is John Updike writing here?
"What are we to make of him? The economy of his prose, the tact of his imagery, the courage of his thought are there to be admired and emulated. In resounding the note of the marvelous last struck in English by Wells and Chesterton, in permitting infinity to enter and distort his imagination, he has lifted fiction away from the flat earth where most of our novels and short stories still take place."
Choose the correct answer:Jorge Luis Borges Elias Canetti Umberto Eco Franz Kafka Georges Perec
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