‘The thing that’s catching my ear, eye and mind is always this sense that this well-made object is also falling apart, or is shaking itself to pieces in some ways.’
Writer and critic Brian Dillon’s latest book Suppose a Sentence (Fitzcarraldo) is a series of essays, each of them taking as its pretext a single sentence drawn from literature. What emerges is a dazzling experiment in criticism, a personal and at times polemical investigation of style, meaning and sense.
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