Cosas Que Leo #156: THE ASSISTANT, Bernard Malamud

“This thought had lived in him with claws; or like a thirst he could never spit out, a repulsive need to get out of his system all that had happened -for whatever had happened had happened wrong; to clean it out of his self and bring in a little peace, a little order; to change the beginning, beginning with the past that always stupendously stank up the now -to change his life before the smell of it suffocated him.”

The assistant


Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003 (publicado originalmente en 1957)

246 págs.