Apologies for the lack of posting this week, I've been slammed. When I have had a moment I've been hugely enjoying Nathalie Sarraute's The Planetarium (Dalkey). If Alain Robbe-Grillet is the father of the nouveau roman, then Sarraute is certainly its mother, as is ably demonstrated in her fine book of essays The Age of Suspicion, which I'd recommend to anyone wanting to know more about Sarraute's thinking on the novel.

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