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Books Should Be Both Comic and Painful. The Work of Arnon Grunberg (+extract from ‘Phantom Pain')
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Books Should Be Both Comic and Painful. The Work of Arnon Grunberg (+extract from ‘Phantom Pain')

(Frans de Rover) The Low Countries - 2002, № 10, pp. 230-236

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Since his remarkable debut Blue Mondays (Blauwe maandagen), Arnon Grunberg (1971-) has been the enfant terrible of the Dutch literary scene, while at the same time being the embodiment of the mediagenic teddy bear. De Rover presents an overview of Grunberg's oeuvre - where pain and hilarity go hand in hand – and above all praises its refreshing provocativeness

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