"Chapter Six<\b>. A work intended by God for the comfort of mankind."
Chapter One<\b>. Obsession turns to total hyperbole in a first novel modeled on—well, The Divine Comedy and Tristram Shandy, including Sterne's unfinished sentences, blank page, black page and other typographical oddments, pertinacious misspellings, strangely numbered chapters, weirdly wandering trains of thought, whimsical humors, and stupors of sensibility. Read full book review >
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