It could have been a simple love story, the narration of an affair that no longer exists, a relationship destined to end even before it began. However, The End of the Story is something wonderfully perplexed. It’s the work of a woman attempting to organize her memories of a love affair into a novel.
The awarded with Man Booker International Prize Lydia Davis takes us through to an internal scenery where each story hangs around like a ghost, where memories get revived through new stories, where nothing gets a definite end, where any tale retrieved from the past could be a fiction…
The author’s writing style is light and accurate, dramatic and funny. Apparently, Lydia Davis uses in her first novel the qualities that have established her as one of the most original writers worldwide.
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