More avant-garde than if Lenin was an Irish policeman, Blue Blue City is a text produced by mangling Pride and Prejudice beyond all comprehensibility. I've never read it, and I wrote the thing. Daryl Jones is placed in several bizarre situations, and there's also a pregnant senator running around. Basically, a crap Finnegan's Wake. More
What do words mean these days?
This is the question posed by Blue Blue City, the bodacious anti-novel that dares go where no prose fiction has gone before. New meanings are forced out of Shanghai'd words organised in sentences unfound in nature. Punctuation is thrown between words like confetti.
Characters, you say? Comparing characters to the repeated names found in this book is offensive to the very concept of characterization.
Settings? This is a book that destroys the very notion.
Plot? This book has no plot.
The author is dead. Long live the author!
If you do not understand this book, it is you who is wrong.
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