Problematical Response to Twisted
Posted by Claire on January 12, 1998 at 14:21:14:
In response to Twister, written by Ken on January 12, 1998 at 11:39:39
] ] What is the most twisted book you have ever read. . . . My point is that I like really messed up books, ie The World According to Garp, when I don't really want the think. at least they keep me entertained. Any ideas????
] Faulkner probably gets at least an honorable mention (& he's a better writer than either of these to boot).
First, a comment on Faulkner. I have read all his books, and none of those listed were easily read, esp The Sound and the Fury. But should you wish to command a bit of grey matter, I would suggest Das Scholoss by Franz Kafka. This book will lead you into places you never have imagined. Incidentally, I tried posting this previously under Twisted Book, and something strange occurred. So, if it appears twice, I am sorry,
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