A distinguished professor in his fifties, William Kohler has just completed a book about the Third Reich, except for the Introduction. But instead of an Introduction, Kohler finds himself writing an entirely different book--the complete opposite of his original work--chaotic and full of lies. At the same time, Kohler begins digging a tunnel from his basement.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - stillatim - LibraryThing
Some attempts to explain William Gass: i) I put him in the same category as Burton, Shakespeare and Joyce. If you disagree now, wait until I'm done, when you'll disagree even more: these four men ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DavidCLDriedger - LibraryThing
Amazing. It takes the arc of modern history and the tip of the holocaust to see if we can still offer context and meaning to the traumas of our childhood. Read full review