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In 1967 the New Yorker devoted nearly an entire issue to publishing Barthelme’s novel Snow White. It is inconceivable that they would do something so peculiar and interesting now. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Guttersnipe Das
Snow White by Donald Barthelme
Scribner Paperback Fiction, New York. 1965
“The hair is black as ebony, the skin white as snow” when reading this sentence you... Read more
This novel--although it really shouldn't be called that--is a wonderfully fragmented romp in the mud that is our bloated western culture. Read morePublished on April 2, 2010 by Ben
Being a huge Post-Modern fan, I thought Barthelme would exercise a little more of a central narrative to keep this book from spinning off into a nexus of half-consciousness,... Read morePublished on July 16, 2008 by Brian Hobbs
Never before have I seen an actual novel this grand!
It's as if, with the most vague thought of how this novel should be, Barthelme decided to not just write a novel,... Read more
this is one of those books that you take it for what it is... stop trying to make it the snow white you remember... becuase it is not. Read morePublished on August 15, 2005 by Stephanie Beadle
From the reviews I had read about this book, it was supposed to be an intellectual, highly appealing and enchanting updated version of a classic children's story in which the... Read morePublished on May 13, 2004 by K. Bergherm
After slogging through this book, I just have to say, HUH? I mean, I get it, but I guess I just don't think it's nearly as good as everyone else seems to think. Read morePublished on May 11, 2004 by Alyssa Farver