The Interrogative Mood

The Interrogative Mood

A Novel

Book - 2009/10/01
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A wildly inventive jazz meditation on life and language is written using only questions for the sentences, in a book that shows the writer's fascination with the snap and swing of American talk.
Publisher: New York : Ecco, 2009/10/01
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061859410
0061859419
Branch Call Number: FICTION POWELL
Characteristics: 164 p. ; 20 cm

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1aa
May 09, 2016

Why this? Why not? How is it that I read a book of nothing but questions three times? Was it so infuriating? or engaging? Was it entertaining, or uncanny, or kind of addictive in its own way, or some combination of the above? Was it worth it to return it late and pay the fine? How does one answer?

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ClaireM_W
Apr 06, 2011

A short book you'll read in one sitting, partly because you won't want to disengage with the author. The questions flow like a conversation with a good friend.

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