The Third Policeman - Flann O'Brien Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007247176 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Flann O'Brien / Edition: (Reissue) / Paperback / 240 Pages / Book is published 2007-04-16 by ... more
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by - written on 17/07/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Is it about a bicycle? The television series Lost has been a huge influence on me. Not only has it made me more interested and aware of dramas with actual quality such as The Wire and Mad Men, but I also have found myself drawn to novels which helped inspire the writers of Lost in the initial stages of conceptualizing the larger mythology of what has become a highly complex series. One of these pieces of fiction is The Third Policeman, and is the weirdest yet one of the most strangely engrossing books I've read in awhile. The novel was written by Flann O'Brien (pen name of Irish author Brian O'Nolan). It was written in 1940 but published ... Read the complete review
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