I was not surprised to learn Saer was a philosophy major. This book was not overtly philosophical, but something about the concept of appearance v reality or analytic or linguistic related philosophical issues seemed to permiate the book. It is also hilarious at parts. The Tomatis character is brilliant, a washed out cynical judge who tolls away on a useless venture, which is also an obsession, another Spanish translation of Dorian Gray, drives around the block in the rain a few times, goes home early, drinks whiskey, falls asleep in his study, etc. I enjoy all Saer's books, and probably this one the most of any that I've read.
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