Larva: Midsummer Night's Babel by Julián Ríos

"Larva: Midsummer Night's Babel" is a complex and innovative novel that explores the nature of language and the power of words. It's a narrative labyrinth that follows a group of characters through the streets of London on a midsummer night, as they engage in a series of intellectual debates and discussions. The story is filled with puns, word games, and literary references, and is written in a unique style that blends poetry and prose. The novel is also a satire of the literary world, with the characters often critiquing and parodying various literary styles and authors.

The 4106th greatest book of all time


Published
1983
Nationality
Spanish
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Spanish

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