It's Getting Later All the Time
|It's Getting Later All the Time|
|Original title||Si sta facendo sempre più tardi|
|Published in English||2006|
It's Getting Later All the Time (Italian: Si sta facendo sempre più tardi) is a 2001 novel by the Italian writer Antonio Tabucchi. It has the form of an epistolary novel, and consists of letters from 17 men to former lovers, and a single letter with the response to all of them.
Andrew Ervin wrote in The New York Times: "Taken linearly, these letters ... don't make any more sense than scenes in a Fellini movie. But, as with 8 [sic] or Amarcord, to look for logic is to miss the point. ... The subtle relationships between the letters turn out to be more thematic than literal, though they eventually come together in a brilliantly unexpected way."
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