Collection Lannan Selections
At times in his life, Tom Harris is a dull schoolboy, an apprentice barber, a delinquent husband, an old man with a monkey who drinks at the Green Man Pub, "il professore Harris" at the University of Genoa, and possibly a murderer. But the question of who the elusive Tom Harris really is, and what crimes he has really committed, obsesses the narrator of this novel.
Tom Harris can perhaps be described as a sort of philosophical detective story, ingeniously plotted and wittily told with a stylistic virtuosity on par with the most playful works of Raymond Queneau.
Nb of pages 291 p.
Publication Date 01 October 2004
Nb of pages 291
Dimensions 5.5 x 8.5 in.
List Price $13.50
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Genres : Fiction : Europe : British and Irish
Countries : England