The Polysyllabic Spree

Author: Nick Hornby

The Polysyllabic Spree is the first title in the Believer Book series, which collects essays by and interviews with some of our favorite authors—George Saunders, Zadie Smith, Michel Houellebecq, Janet Malcolm, Jim Shepard, and Haruki Murakami, to name a few. In his monthly column “Stuff I’ve Been Reading”, Nick Hornby lists the books he’s purchased and the books he’s read….Read More

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