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About the Author: David Markson

David Markson was an American novelist, born David Merrill Markson in Albany, New York He is the author of several postmodern novels, including This is Not a Novel, Springer s Progress, and Wittgenstein s Mistress His most recent work, The Last Novel, was published in 2007 and received a positive review in the New York Times, which called it a real tour de force Markson s work is characterized by an unconventional approach to narration and plot While his early works may draw on the modernist tradition of William Faulkner and Malcolm Lowry, Markson says his later novels are literally crammed with literary and artistic anecdotes and nonlinear, discontinuous, collage like, an assemblage Dalkey Archive Press has published several of his novels In December 2006, publishers Shoemaker Hoard republished two of Markson s early crime novels Epitaph for a Tramp and Epitaph for a Dead Beat in one volume.In addition to his novels, he has published a book of poetry and a critical study of Malcolm Lowry.The movie Dirty Dingus Magee, starring Frank Sinatra, is based on Markson s first novel, The Ballad of Dingus Magee, an anti Western He wrote three crime novels early in his career.Educated at Union College and Columbia University, Markson began his writing career as a journalist and book editor, periodically taking up work as a college professor at Columbia University, Long Island University, and The New School.Markson died in his New York City, West Village apartment.



10 thoughts on “Miss Doll, Go Home

  1. says:

    Let me help you out the whole thing is a riff on As I Lay Dying that just never stops with the allusions both insular and without Essential Markson.


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    Miss Doll, Go Home 1965 was David Markson s third novel It s a comic crime story about expat American beatnik artists living in Mexico who begin to suspect that newly arrived American neighbors are actually gangsters on the lamb after having pulled a big heist back in the States The hilarious plot revolves around the schemes of the starving artists to liberate the hoods from their 400,000 in cash from the heist.Each chapter is narrated by a


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