In the second issue of Granta is a novella by George Steiner, short stories by John Barth, Robert Coover, Walter Abish and others, along with essays on contemporary fiction and poetry....
|Title||:||Granta 2: The Portage to San Cristobal of A.H.|
|Number of Pages||:||470 Pages|
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Granta 2: The Portage to San Cristobal of A.H. Reviews
The title piece is an amazing story. What if Hitler survived and was tracked and returned from the amazon jungles? Who would get him? How would we prosecute him? How would he defend himself? There are many thought-provoking questions in this beautifully written George Steiner story. The rest of the volume has some interesting work by John Barth, who I'd never read before. The piece by Walter Abish was well-written but became too predictable by the end.