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Forgotten Work
Forgotten Work
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Forgotten Work
Forgotten Work
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A New York Times New & Noteworthy Book - Strange and affectionate, like Almost Famous penned by Shakespeare. A love letter to music in all its myriad iterations.--Kirkus Reviews - This book has no business being as good as it is.--Christian WimanIn the year 2063, on the edge of the Crater formerly known as Montr�al, a middle-aged man and his ex's daughter search for a cult hero: the leader of a short-lived band named after a forgotten work of poetry and known to fans through a forgotten wor…
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  • Autorius: Jason Guriel
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  • Metai: 20200929
  • ISBN-10: 1771963832
  • ISBN-13: 9781771963831
  • Formatas: ACSM ?
  • Kalba: Anglų

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A New York Times New & Noteworthy Book - Strange and affectionate, like Almost Famous penned by Shakespeare. A love letter to music in all its myriad iterations.--Kirkus Reviews - This book has no business being as good as it is.--Christian Wiman

In the year 2063, on the edge of the Crater formerly known as Montr�al, a middle-aged man and his ex's daughter search for a cult hero: the leader of a short-lived band named after a forgotten work of poetry and known to fans through a forgotten work of music criticism. In this exuberantly plotted verse novel, Guriel follows an obsessive cult-following through the twenty-first century. Some things change (there's metamorphic smart print for music mags; the Web is called the "Zuck"). Some things don't (poetry readings are still, mostly, terrible). But the characters, including a robot butler who stands with Ishiguro's Stevens as one of the great literary domestics, are unforgettable.

Splicing William Gibson with Roberto Bola�o, Pale Fire with Thomas Pynchon, Forgotten Work is a time-tripping work of speculative fiction. It's a love story about fandom, an ode to music snobs, a satire on the human need to value the possible over the actual--and a verse novel of Nabokovian virtuosity.
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A New York Times New & Noteworthy Book - Strange and affectionate, like Almost Famous penned by Shakespeare. A love letter to music in all its myriad iterations.--Kirkus Reviews - This book has no business being as good as it is.--Christian Wiman

In the year 2063, on the edge of the Crater formerly known as Montr�al, a middle-aged man and his ex's daughter search for a cult hero: the leader of a short-lived band named after a forgotten work of poetry and known to fans through a forgotten work of music criticism. In this exuberantly plotted verse novel, Guriel follows an obsessive cult-following through the twenty-first century. Some things change (there's metamorphic smart print for music mags; the Web is called the "Zuck"). Some things don't (poetry readings are still, mostly, terrible). But the characters, including a robot butler who stands with Ishiguro's Stevens as one of the great literary domestics, are unforgettable.

Splicing William Gibson with Roberto Bola�o, Pale Fire with Thomas Pynchon, Forgotten Work is a time-tripping work of speculative fiction. It's a love story about fandom, an ode to music snobs, a satire on the human need to value the possible over the actual--and a verse novel of Nabokovian virtuosity.

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