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The gods are crazy in Amos Tutuola’s The Palm-Wine Drinkard
By Ian Wolff [ Wed May 21 2014 4:08 PM ]
When Amos Tutuola’s The Palm-Wine Drinkard hit the Western literary scene in 1952, it must have seemed conjured from oblivion, totally alien and without precedent.
The mind-bending imagination of Felisberto Hernández’ Lands of Memory
By Ian Wolff [ Wed Apr 23 2014 4:11 PM ]
Lit Oblivion rescues literary gems from history’s dust-heap. This month, find out why you should read Felisberto Hernández, a Uruguayan author who influenced Gabriel García Márquez and Roberto Bolaño.
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