Roberto Bolaño was an examplary literary rebel. To drag fiction toward the unknown, he had to go there himself, and there invent a method with which to represent it. Since the unknown place was reality, the results were multi-dimensional.

—Sarah Kerr, New York Review of Books

Monsieur Pain

Fiction by Roberto Bolaño

Translated by Chris Andrews

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Paperback (published January 1, 2010)

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9780811218894
Price US
13.95
Page Count
134

Clothbound (published January 1, 2010)

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9780811217149
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Page Count
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Page Count
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Roberto Bolaño

Twentieth-century Chilean poet and novelist

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Roberto Bolaño was an examplary literary rebel. To drag fiction toward the unknown, he had to go there himself, and there invent a method with which to represent it. Since the unknown place was reality, the results were multi-dimensional.

—Sarah Kerr, New York Review of Books