Tag: slow reading

  • Speaking Volumes: Slow Reading

    Speaking Volumes: Slow Reading

    For years Laszlo Krasznahorkai has been explaining that he does not use long sentences. Every second review of his work mentions those long sentences, but he would not agree. He writes the way people speak (or think, or imagine). The full stop – “the dot”, he says dismissively – is an artificial convention, like apostrophes, […]