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This book limns the excruciating attempts to accomplish a literary work and offers the reader insight into that process. And its funny.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was a book club book. Everyone else in the group loved it. I had a very hard time following it and gave up after 45 pages. I may try it again at another time.Published 3 months ago by pinkquartz
Nicholson Baker is a fascinating writer! In this book as in his prior novels, he proves to be uncannily able to track and describe the smallest motions and most random thoughts of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Auntiejean
Paul Chowder is a flawed, fascinating, and intensely human protagonist. Baker takes us inside his head -- it's been a while since I've been so fascinated by such a ordinary... Read morePublished 8 months ago by morehumanthanhuman
Fabulously funny for anyone familiar with the present day state of "poetry." As a plus, very informative also. A "must read" for the literature, academic.Published 8 months ago by Emily Dickinson
Author let's us travel with him as he teaches his rhythmic scansion and as confidants to a snapshot of his writing life.Published 8 months ago by Arlene Montgomery
The Anthologist is a gem of a novel, one I've had on my shelves for a long while and am so happy to have finally picked it up to read. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Fairbanks Reader