What’s perhaps most astonishing, however, is that the thirty-seven-page story is composed as a single sentence.
Saul Anton reviews this amazing book by László Krasznahorkai’s
In fact, seven of the twenty pieces (and a coda) in The World Goes On are single-sentence works, accounting for nearly two hundred of the book’s three hundred and eleven pages.
The sixty-three-year-old winner of the 2015 Man Booker International Prize is on record arguing that the short sentence and the paragraph break are artificial constraints.
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