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Who's Who When Everyone Is Someone Else
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In the offbeat style of Wes Anderson, a hilariously charming novel about a heartbroken man trying to redeem himself by championing forgotten books.

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C. D. ROSE is the author of the satirical book The Biographical Dictionary of Literary Failure (Melville House) and is an award-wining short story writer whose work has appeared in Granta and elsewhere. He currently teaches at the University of East Anglia, where he also earned an MFA in writing.

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"This ingenious, uproarious novel deserves to sit on any bibliophile's shelf."-Times Literary Supplement

"A riotous, triumphant rattlebag of a novel. C.D.Rose has created an intricate exploration of literary intrigue, suspense and levity - lose yourself in this book at once, and savour every moment"-Eley Williams, author of Attrib. & Other Stories

"Anyone who's been looking for the same hit to the cerebral cortex produced when they first encountered Calvino and Borges will read this extraordinary novel, as I did, with a grateful sense of urgency. It quenches a thirst you almost forgot you had: endlessly inventive, wickedly intelligent, funny and melancholic. I don't remember the last time I read something this clever, puzzling and intricate which simultaneously packs so much soul. Who's Who When Everyone is Someone Else is so much more than a sequence of bravura exercises in style; the passages between the lectures have the tone and elegance of a forgotten masterpiece themselves. It puts us outside ourselves, beside ourselves, as readers, as critics, as writers: a total perspective vortex which reminds us, even as it upends our expectations, why we fell in love with reading in the first place."
-Luke Kennard, author of The Transition


"Rose's invented canon is delightful: and this ingenious, uproarious novel deserves to sit on any bibliophile's shelves."-Times Literary Supplement

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