The Little Buddhist Monk & the Proof

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Product Details

Price
$14.95
Publisher
New Directions Publishing Corporation
Publish Date
Pages
224
Dimensions
4.9 X 0.7 X 6.9 inches | 0.35 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780811221122
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About the Author

The poet CHRIS ANDREWS teaches at the University of Western Sydney, Australia, where he is a member of the Writing and Society Research Centre. He has translated books by Roberto Bolano and César Aira for New Directions. He has won the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize for his poetry and the Valle-Inclan Prize and the French-American Foundation Translation Prize for his translations.
Nick Caistor has lived for several years in Buenos Aires as well as visiting it often over the past three decades. He has reported on Argentina for the BBC/WGBH and is a translator as well as the author of numerous books on Latin America, including Che Guevara: A Life (also published by Interlink).

Reviews

Aira delivers one surreal unraveling of reality after another that proceeds paradox by paradox into psychic realms.--Michael Upchurch
Cesar Aira is wild. The laws of gravity do not apply.--James S.A. Correy
Irreverent inventiveness ... without analogue in contemporary literature.--Megan Doll
South America's answer to Haruki Murakami.--Andrew Irvin
Aira's novels parody narrative form, destroy normal cause and effect, and contain bold conceptual dialogues.--Michael Eaude
New novellas from Aira are always a cause for celebration.--Brian Evenson
Uncanny imagination à la Calvino.--Laura Pearson
Aira continues to surprise and delight in his latest release from New Directions, which collects two novellas...There are a number of similarities to be sure--they both revolve around the sudden but intense relationship between three characters, they both take place over the course of less than twenty-four hours, they are both, at turns, wildly funny.--The Little Buddhist Monk & The Proof (08/08/2017)