New York: Riverrun Press, 1986. Second Impression. Softcover. Fine/Unread; but with faint fading to spine. Moss green wraps with bw illus. and red lettering. 231 pp. with no illus. The Flanders Road, the work for which Claude Simon, the winner of the 1985 Nobel Prize for Literature, is best known in the English-speaking world, is a brilliant and satisfying novel on a number of levels. The novel appeals to the reader not least because of its dazzling demonstration of the ways in which various facets of public, private, historical, and erotic experience can be associated, dissociated, unexpectedly and exhilaratingly combined, and tragically divorced. The germ of the novel's inspiration is Simon's own family history and, to a greater extent, his experiences during the fall of France in 1940. (enotes.com) Translated by Richard Howard and with an introduction by John Fletcher.
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