2666 (Hardcover)

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December 2008 Indie Next List


“2666 is the culmination of Roberto Bolano's expansive brilliance, as traces of such previous works as The Savage Detectives have been perfected and fused together seemlessly as part of a larger whole. This is a daring book that takes major risks throughout, and its overall impact is impossible to ignore or ever forget.”
— Nathan Halter, The Doylestown Bookshop, Doylestown, PA

Description


The novel is divided into five parts (Bolano originally imagined it being published as five books) and begins with the adventures and love affairs of a small group of scholars dedicated to the work of Benno von Archimboldi, a reclusive German novelist. They trace the writer to the Mexican border town of Santa Teresa (read: Juarez), but there the trail runs dry, and it isn't until the final section that readers learn about Benno and why he went to Santa Teresa. This is considered one of the best novels of this Century.
Product Details
ISBN: 9788433973184
ISBN-10: 8433973185
Publisher: Anagrama
Publication Date: April 15th, 2009
Pages: 1125
Language: English
Series: Coleccion Compactos