Thursday, September 13, 2007

Succinct review of "The Blind Man of Seville"

This review (click to see it) is brief but effective, and adds detail that complements my own "impressionistic" remarks on work by Robert Wilson including The Bind Man of Seville. Convinced yet? Let me know how you feel.

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  1. Very good, smart review. I like Wilson's book a lot, and the complexity of the characters is the main reason.

  2. Eric, Thanks for the feedback. I agree with you about the appeal of teh characters. I think it worked against me a little with "The Vanished Hands" because it had been a while since I had "gotten to know everyone," and I had trouble remembering who was who. It was still a good book, but I didn't enoy it quite as much as Blind Man of Seville, Small Death in Lisbon, or Company of Strangers. Jim