Reading Aidan Higgins

Context N°20 by Roger Boylan I hear the wind in the high beech tree and the the wearisome grinding together of its great boughs. Night comes. The darkened house is breathing . . . windy, bronchial. Soon we will be Read on! →



Proving that the spirits of James Joyce, Flann O’Brien, and Samuel Beckett still flow in the veins of at least one Irish writer, Roger Boylan has composed a novel filled with hilarity and doom about the inhabitants of the Irish town of Killoyle: Milo… Read on! →

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Context N°20

  • Reading Aidan Higgins
  • from Flotsam and Jetsam
  • Reading Robert Pinget
  • from Trio
  • Reading Witold Gombrowicz

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