David Markson ("one of America’s most original voices" – TLS) died in New York in June 2010. He had been making original, allusive, daring fictions for over four decades. His other books include Springer’s Progress, Reader’s Block and Vanishing Point. Wittgenstein’s Mistress (1988) was acclaimed by David Foster Wallace as "A work of genius... an erudite, breathtakingly cerebral novel whose prose is crystal and whose voice rivets and whose conclusion defies you not to cry."
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