The American: For Italy & the World
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The End of Faith
By Marc Alan Di Martino
Hermann Broch's novel of the life and times of a 1920s mathematician is sadly overlooked.
César Aira uses a vast slum as magnet for every kind of human and social chaos.
Andrés Neuman's slender but astute novel examines death from three sides.
Blanchot's seminal "novel" is about the act of creation itself, and its costs.
Christopher Logue's personal "Iliad" recharges Homer and makes the ancient actual.