By Roberto Bolaño
An American sportswriter, an elusive German novelist, and a teenage pupil have interaction in an city neighborhood at the U.S.-Mexico border the place countless numbers of younger manufacturing unit employees have disappeared.
summary: An American sportswriter, an elusive German novelist, and a teenage pupil have interaction in an city neighborhood at the U.S.-Mexico border the place hundreds and hundreds of younger manufacturing unit staff have disappeared
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She couldn’t remember the last time he was at the publishing house. She advised them to speak to Mrs. Bubis, and then, without a word, she busied herself editing a galley, answering the other copy editors’ questions, talking on the phone to people who might—Espinoza and Pelletier thought with pity—be translators. Before they left, refusing to be discouraged, they returned to Schnell’s office and talked to him about Archimboldian conferences and colloquiums planned for the future. Schnell, attentive and cordial, told them they could count on him for whatever they might need.
All three had iron wills. Actually, they had one other thing in common, but we’ll get to that later. Liz Norton, on the other hand, wasn’t what one would ordinarily call a woman of great drive, which is to say that she didn’t draw up long- or medium-term plans and throw herself wholeheartedly into their execution. She had none of the attributes of the ambitious. When she suffered, her pain was clearly visible, and when she was happy, the happiness she felt was contagious. She was incapable of setting herself a goal and striving steadily toward it.
That faggot is the closest thing to an eel I’ve ever seen,” Espinoza said afterward, as they strolled through Hamburg. Pelletier chided him for his comment, with its markedly homophobic overtones, although deep down he agreed, there was something eellike about Schnell, something of the fish that swims in dark, muddy waters. Of course, there was little Schnell could tell them that they didn’t already know. He had never seen Archimboldi, and the money, of which there was more and more, was deposited in a Swiss bank account.
2666 by Roberto Bolaño