2666, in pie-chart form. (Black, in case you were wondering, represents “dread, unease, foreboding.”)
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2666, in pie-chart form. (Black, in case you were wondering, represents “dread, unease, foreboding.”)

For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

  1. etiquetteforlife reblogged this from theparisreview and added:
    true
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  4. chocolate-eggs-and-lacan reblogged this from theparisreview and added:
    1% Boris Yeltsin! This is brilliant!
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    2666 Pie-Chart
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  14. allroadsleadout reblogged this from housingworksbookstore and added:
    Randomly saw a reference to this book the other day - never heard of it, but will find it now. Foreboding is always a...
  15. scoutsxhonor reblogged this from morgan-leigh and added:
    I wrote my senior thesis on 2666 and at least a third of it was about the “books on a clothesline” parts, which may be...
  16. doskapozora reblogged this from 100yearsoflolitude and added:
    100%.
  17. morgan-leigh reblogged this from theparisreview and added:
    This is completely accurate, except for the part where there’s no slice for “clinical descriptions of policemen finding...
  18. skavoovee reblogged this from unabridgedbookstore and added:
    Pretty spot on, although I feel like after reading 2666 that the dread, unease, and foreboding tends to over shadow much...
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