Nightwood

(Modern Library)

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Admired by T. S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Graham Greene, and Dylan Thomas, Djuna Barnes was the most influential and prolific female writer in Paris during the 1920s and 1930s. The Modern Library is proud to include--for the first time--her most critically ...Continua

amazing book, amazing writer, amazing writing style: a masterpiece.
The book is short but thick with ideas and beautiful language.

rabbit
Wrote 3/10/11
introduction by t. s. eliot

to peggy guggenheim
and john ferrar holms

Linda
Wrote 2/27/11

Gets under your skin within the first 20 pages.


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