“A novel uncompromisingly cut from the same startling bolt of literary cloth used by writers like Djuna Barnes, William Faulkner or James Baldwin.”
—Laird Hunt, author of The Evening Road
“Lyrical, brutal, unorthodox, and brilliantly unsettling…a novelist who dares to push the boundaries of 21st century thought. Trenton Makes is a book which I can only hope the world is ready for.”
—Robert Marshall, author of A Separate Reality
“An assured and delightful translation.”
A translation of André Gide’s Paludes, with an introduction by John Reed.
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