The Dissertation (Tinieblas Trilogy # 2)



The second book in R.M Koster s highly acclaimed Tinieblas trilogy following The Prince , The Dissertation is the story of and a story by Camilo Fuertes To fulfill his Ph.D requirement, Fuertes decides to write about his father, the martyred president of Tinieblas, a country in Latin America We follow Leon as he winds his twisted path through delinquency, learning, bravery, and incest to the presidency At once a powerful vision of Latin American history and a brilliant parody of the academic form complete with endnotes The Dissertation is an essential postmodern novel in the tradition of Vonnegut, Barth and Nabokov, ready to be embraced by a new generation of readers. Download The Dissertation (Tinieblas Trilogy # 2) – tiffanydaniels.co.ukThe Dissertation (Tinieblas Trilogy # 2)

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  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • The Dissertation (Tinieblas Trilogy # 2)
  • R.M. Koster
  • 02 November 2018
  • 1468301187

10 thoughts on “The Dissertation (Tinieblas Trilogy # 2)

  1. says:

    This one passed through the hands of a couple of friends before arriving in my messenger bag, festooned with comparisons to Barth Vonnegut Pynchon, all of which are utterly inaccurate Much like Pale Fire or Infinite Jest, you have to use two bookmarks the footnotes compete with the main narrative It took a while to get into, although the writing technique has relatively little to do with it I think Koster was a bitambitious than his narrative talents allow He clearly wanted to write This one passed through the hands of a ...

  2. says:

    What a fantastic book Koster deserves to be rediscovered I don t know how this book fell into my hands, but I was reading a lot of Marquez and the surreal South Americans, and this book just amazed me A great writer on the sentence level, acrobatic in his ability to keep the story swinging along, a tale concerning the figure and lurid past of the...

  3. says:

    Probably my favorite book of all time It is magical realism, so it takes time to get into, but it is worth the struggle It is written in the format of a dissertation, so you go back and forth between a story in the text and a story in the footnotes The story in the text is clever and hilarious the...

  4. says:

    Camilo Fuertes utilizes unconventional methods researching the life of his illustrious father, Leon.

  5. says:

    What is the book really about It is about the difficulties of governing democratically in Central America It is about the vagaries and limitations of doctoral research in the humanities It is about searching for a father one never really knew It is about the history of Central America in the 19th and 20th centuries It is a clear and detailed description about what life after so called death is really like It is a hoot Camilio Fuertes researches his doctoral dissertation on his remarkabl What is the book really about It is about the difficulties of governing democratically in Central America It is about the vagaries and limitations of doctoral research in the humanities It is about search...

  6. says:

    I guess this book isn t famous It s a cross between, though not as good as, Pale Fire and 100 Years of Solitude I don t normally do the it s a cross between thing with books, so just trust me And it s another book I read that has...

  7. says:

    Fascinating

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