The New Confessions by William Boyd
Posted by the editors on Sunday, 2 October 2011
The New Confessions (1987)(Novel) by William Boyd The New Confessions by William Boyd (A Good Man in Africa (1981), Brazzaville Beach (1990), Any Human Heart (2002)) offers, through an astounding fictional autobiography, a panoramic view of the 20th century, from 1899 Edinburgh, through WWI, Berlin, silent films, WWII, Hollywood’s anti-Communist Black List, and much, much more, not to mention, of course, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and his own “Confessions”. Epic, fascinating, captivating and immensely readable. (PR)
See our post on William Boyd’s novel Ordinary Thunderstorms.
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