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December 06, 2009

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hattie

I think the Frisch sentence might get a prize for longest last sentence in any novel.
Thanks for this amusing look at a few good novels.

David

Hattie, certainly one of the longer last sentences in a German (Swiss) novel, but not even close to the last sentence in James Joyce's Ulysses - 12,931 words (Molly Bloom's soliloquy).

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