Never-Ending Book Quiz
Who wrote this to which famous author about a new novel of his?
"At a time when other writers bore us ... you have outdone yourself and crowned your life's work with a spiritual novel which, despite its romantic luxuriance and abundance of arabesques, is nevertheless fully controlled, a self-contained, perfectly rounded masterpiece..."
Choose the correct answer:Edith Wharton on "The Golden Bowl" (Henry James) James Joyce on "Women in Love" (D.H. Lawrence) Andre Gidé on "The Magic Mountain" (Thomas Mann) Elias Canetti on "Death of Virgil" (Hermann Broch) Thomas Mann on "The Glass Bead Game" (Hermann Hesse) Jean-Paul Sartre on "Malone Dies" (Samuel Beckett)
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