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Initial post: Oct 3, 2007, 3:57:02 PM PDT
Chabon says:
Who writes the best dialogue?

Wunderlee's Visiting Hours just came out and it has a story that is very Gaddis-like in dialogue, while remaining his own.

I've also heard Thomas Bernhard mentioned?

Other candidates?
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A Frolic Of His Own by William Gaddis (Paperback - 1995)
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