Janet Maslin drops a lot of names

“The style was strange, ” it is said here, really about both of these literary lions. “The writing was clear and sometimes even transparent, but the way the stories followed one after another didn’t lead anywhere.” And: “In the end, all that was really left was nature, a nature that dissolved little by little in a boiling cauldron until it vanished completely.” All fair except for the vanishing. Vanishing: the exact opposite of what “2666” will do.

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