Molloy: A Novel
Grove Press, 1955 - 241 стор.
A novel consisting of two meandering, plotless, stream-of-consciousness monologues, one by Molloy, a bedridden vagrant obsessed with finding his mother, and the other by Moran, a private detective who is assigned to find Molloy. Some view the work as a modernistic and experimental excursion into meaninglessness. Both the characters have a similar appearance, similar attitudes, and seem to be seriously mentally disturbed. Some critics argue both are the same person.
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LibraryThing ReviewРецензія користувача - Frenzie - LibraryThing
The book is more like a collection of short stories, or perhaps even story fragments, than a book as such. But it just might be the point that our brain is much like that. Читати огляд повністю
Intriguing Scientific ReadРецензія користувача - Karisa - Borders
This book is terrific--a unique mixture of medical education and entertainment with a dash of philosophy! I read it years ago and still haven't been able to find anything that compares to the stories ... Читати огляд повністю