Chicago Review of Books: "Antoine Volodine has been exploding the boundaries of fiction for decades."

A harrowing early novel by one of France’s most unusual contemporary writersAntoine Volodine has been exploding the boundaries of fiction for decades in his native France; now University of Minnesota Press brings one of his most fascinating experiments to U.S. readers with this new translation of Solo Viola. Its vision of performers and prisoners held under the sway of an authoritarian buffoon echoes eerily with our tumultuous present.

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