Julio Cortázar, Roberto Calasso, Deirdre Madden, Sam Riviere

Many of Cortázar’s stories share the same form: two separate narratives (separated by time, by species, by distance) slowly become more similar, until they reveal they’ve always been the same narrative, pushing the reader into vertigo. They’re double narratives that hunt each other and both catch their prey. Calasso also writes about hunters who becomeContinue reading “Julio Cortázar, Roberto Calasso, Deirdre Madden, Sam Riviere”