Little Misunderstandings of No Importance
|Original title||Piccoli equivoci senza importanza|
Published in English
Brian Stonehill reviewed the book for the Los Angeles Times, and identified Tabucchi as a "neo-classical" writer, a label he also put on fellow Italians Primo Levi and Italo Calvino. Stonehill compared the book's balance between the serious and ironic to the works of Thomas Pynchon, and wrote: "Tabucchi reaps a bonus from the bogus; he dramatizes, convincingly, the limitations of imitation itself."
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