Thursday, October 23, 2008
P.F. Kluge's GONE TOMORROW in Entertainment Weekly
Jennifer Reese gives Gone Tomorrow a high grade in this week's Entertainment Weekly: "George Canaris, the narrator of P.F. Kluge's sparkling new novel Gone Tomorrow, is a famous writer who takes a job teaching at a small Ohio college — and for the next three decades talks about (but fails to publish) his next big book, a mysterious project that he refers to as ''the Beast.'' What, exactly, has Canaris been doing all these years, and what is the nature of the Beast? These are the questions Kluge entertains in this witty and astute tragicomedy about academia and the trajectory of an artist's life. B+ "