Remembering the Novel

If novels are written to remind us of our mistakes and we keep repeating those mistakes, why read novels at all?, asks Alberto Manguel. Richard Lea discusses authors’ views on the relationship between the novel and memory at The International Forum on the Novel.

is an intern for The Millions. He is currently studying English and Russian at Columbia University.

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