Menudo

Menudo Set in Mexico Menudo is a radical montage of overlapping accounts of a crime Details multiply repeat segue into one another but do not add up These include laboratory transcripts the diary of a dr

  • Title: Menudo
  • Author: Louis Armand
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • Set in Mexico, Menudo is a radical montage of overlapping accounts of a crime Details multiply, repeat, segue into one another, but do not add up These include laboratory transcripts the diary of a drug addict in Mexico City the testimony of a malaria patient in a sanatorium an escapee and a catholic priest in a village near Tapachula an archaeologist at YaxchillanSet in Mexico, Menudo is a radical montage of overlapping accounts of a crime Details multiply, repeat, segue into one another, but do not add up These include laboratory transcripts the diary of a drug addict in Mexico City the testimony of a malaria patient in a sanatorium an escapee and a catholic priest in a village near Tapachula an archaeologist at Yaxchillan

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    About "Louis Armand"

    1. Louis Armand

      Louis Armand is a writer and visual artist who has lived in Prague since 1994 He has worked as an editor and publisher, and as a subtitles technician at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, and is an editor of VLAK magazine He is the author of eight novels, including Breakfast at Midnight in 2012, a perfect modern noir, presenting Kafka s Prague as a bleak, monochrome singularity of darkness, despair and edgy, dry existentialist hardboil Richard Marshall, 3 AM , CAIRO Equus Press, 2014 short listed for the Guardian s Not the Booker Prize , and THE COMBINATIONS Equus Press, 2016 Described as Robert Pinget does Canetti in drag in Yugoslavia , Armand s third novel Clair Obscur was published by Equus in 2011 His previous novel, Menudo Antigen , was described as unrelenting, a flying wedge, an encyclopaedia of the wasteland, an uzi assault pumping desolation lead inspiring Thor Garcia, author of The News Clown.

    815 thoughts on “Menudo”

    1. I was first attracted to this book by the awesome, then I was put off by the thought that one shouldn't judge a book by its cover, and that there wasn't much in the world that could be as awesome a the cover. You see, I didn't think that I could end up being that lucky twice. THE BOOK WAS BRILLIANT - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.


    2. Imagine a three-way collision between Burroughs, Kathy Acker and Pierre Guyotat, with Malcolm Lowry and Artaud as the only eyewitness.


    3. 3.5 stars. Louis Armand is an avant-garde style writer whose books can be found in bookshops across Prague, presumably because he was or is an expat in that city. When I found a copy of this book at the library, I decided to at least peruse the first few pages. While I can just about stomach Mayakovsky and some other poets, "avant-garde" literature isn't often my cup of tea, especially in prose; not taking the unease of reading into account it's too postmodern, tends to be summed up as a stateme [...]


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