Sunday, April 08, 2007

Clive James

The fellow notes the peculiarity of how you can read novel and a few years later forget it. My own humorous encounters with such have been noted here as well as Fenian nightspots in Queens. There is a note in today's Times about Fassbinder's epic cinematic treatment of Berlin Alexanderplatz. It has been ten years since I read the Doblin and I am thinking about a reread. There are a few others I would like to approach before year's end: Closely Watched Trains by Hrabal; Last of the Just and perhaps Semprun's Long March.


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