* Keep it Fake by Eric Wilson

You know that I love short books, and Keep It Fake: Inventing an Authentic Life is nice and slim — that’s about the only kind comment I can make about it. I’m not sure I could figure out what it was about, although I did read half-way through it before giving up. Let me offer an example, the first sentence of chapter 20: “Borges explores this Dadaist gap between constructed generalizations and ungraspable particulars in ‘Funes, the Memorious;.”

Pretty obscure.


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