The Last Novel  

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The Last Novel (2007) is a novel by David Markson. Following in the tradition of his earlier work such as This is Not a Novel, Springer's Progress, and Wittgenstein's Mistress the novel is largely composed of obscure anecdotes about authors, artists, theorists, etc. The story of an aging author, who may or may not be writing his last novel, slowly emerges through the fragments.



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