“Starting at about eleven, with Alice in Wonderland and Lewis Carroll, I began identifying with the writer—or what I’ve learned now to call “the implicit author”—of a given fiction, rather than with the characters directly. Possibly some would say this explains a deficit of heroes in my stories.”
Jonathan Lethem talks to the New York Times. Read our 2003 interview with the American novelist here.

“Starting at about eleven, with Alice in Wonderland and Lewis Carroll, I began identifying with the writer—or what I’ve learned now to call “the implicit author”—of a given fiction, rather than with the characters directly. Possibly some would say this explains a deficit of heroes in my stories.”

Jonathan Lethem talks to the New York Times. Read our 2003 interview with the American novelist here.

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    And that’s how you read, folks. Take your character fandoms and shove ‘em.
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