More of this, please

I’m indulging in a NYRB Classics frenzy. So far Desző Kosztolányi’s Skylark is a good example of why EVERYONE should be reading early 20th Century European novels. Skylark is made of pitch perfect prose with wonderfully subtle irony and a most careful hint of tragedy.

This was posted 1 year ago. It has 1 note.
  1. literarytrashcan posted this