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General Theory of Oblivion, A by Jose Eduardo Agualusa

General Theory of Oblivion, A

By Jose Eduardo Agualusa
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The compelling new novel from the winner of the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize.

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An Interview with José Eduardo Agualusa, Winner of the 2017 International Dublin Literary Award

Angolan author José Eduardo Agualusa has won the 2017 International Dublin Literary Award with his 14th novel "A General Theory of Oblivion", translated by Daniel Hahn. A journalist as well, Agualusa has written novels, collections of poetry, and stories in Portuguese, although few have been translated into English. In his novels he plays with the boundaries of fact and fiction but what matters, he tells Aaron Bady in an interview, is that it’s a good story.

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