Agapē Agape

New York, Viking Press, October 2002.

On the Gaddis-l , our web discussion group, starting September 2008, we're reading & discussing Agape Agape. You're invited to join us.

"The model he decided to use was Thomas Bernhard, whose works Gaddis discovered in the early nineties and took a great liking to."
-- from The Secret History of Agapē Agape

"Words ruin one's thoughts"
A Bernhard text
with Gaddis's comment on it.


A Thomas Bernhard site in English

Notes, sources, references
for Agapē Agape

A review in
The Pianola Journal

Six German reviews
in Word document format
translated by John Soutter
with Anja Zeidler

English and other reviews in the
Bibliography

with links to many available on line

The Secret History
of Agapē Agape

by Steven Moore
Paper given at a Gaddis conference
in France before publication


About the
Player Piano
a brief history



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