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Eels its way through law high finance and a plethora of national myths The typographical representation of a piano being smashed to pieces with a golf club is just one of many strokes of geniusThe most exciting new fiction by a young Australian in years Saturday Paper. An original at times brilliant work that in its avoidance of cliche its restorative effect on language actually does recall Beckett Guardian Pathfinder Chronicles its way through law high finance and a plethora of national myths The typographical representation of a piano being smashed to pieces with a golf club Velvet Submission (Club Velvet Ice, is just one of many strokes of geniusThe most exciting new fiction by a young Australian Oil Painting in years Saturday Paper. An original at times brilliant work that Putins Russia in Seducida (Esclava victoriana, its avoidance of cliche Essential Juices and Smoothies its restorative effect on language actually does recall Beckett Guardian

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Revenge is a wild kind of justiceEliza travels to Sydney to deal with the estate of her Aunt Dodge and finds Maxine occupying Dodge's apartment Soon enough the young women's lives are consumed by absurd legal complications as well as their own mounting boredom and sua. She stretched the red elastic between her fingers Her voice faltered Something obvious appeared to be beginning to dawn on her and she frowned u

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Lor Not to mention their trip across Sydney Harbour carrying an antiue bookcase in a shopping trolley Dodge Rose has been described as the most astonishing debut novel of the decade With its inventories irreverence and virtuoso adaptation of collouial speech it freewh. Dalkey is primping this with Henry Green Joyce and Gaddis But it s too short


About the Author: Jack Cox

Jack Cox has a master’s degree from the University of Sydney and is currently living in Paris Dodge Rose is his first novel



10 thoughts on “Dodge Rose

  1. says:

    I'm very sad not to have liked this better and want to be very clear about one thing I would far far rather all bad novels be bad because like this one the execution and the extraordinarily high ambitions didn't add up than that they be bad as most bad novels are because they're not trying to do anything other than expression the author's emotions or make the reader feel sad Caveat over One uarter of the way through thi

  2. says:

    “She stretched the red elastic between her fingers Her voice faltered Something obvious appeared to be beginning to dawn on her and she frowned until the elastic had slowed to a stop and her thought come home”Dodge Rose is the first novel by Australian author Jack Cox Maxine tells of the arrival from Yass of twenty one year old Eliza come to Sydney by train to deal with the estate of her late Aunt Dodge Ros

  3. says:

    A striking first novel from an Australian talent with a hard on for hardcore modernism Set in the pleasing suburb of Woolloomooloo Sydney the novel is split into two parts the first written from the supposed daughter of Dodge Rose Maxine upon the arrival of her niece Eliza who has arrived to claim an inheritance Narrated in what might be t

  4. says:

    Dalkey is primping this with Henry Green Joyce and Gaddis But it's too short

  5. says:

    Feel like I missed something with this but I found it basically unreadable

  6. says:

    Given the latent hostility towards formally inventive fiction that has long pervaded the Australian publishing industry Dodge Rose's origin story made it pretty appealing to me a young ish publicity averse stalwartly intellectual writer mails his manuscript to Dalkey Archive and has it picked from the slush pile

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    ‘An original at times brilliant work that in its avoidance of cliche its restorative effect on language actually does recall Beckett’Guardian ‘A wild untamed work one of the most ambitious unusual and difficult first novels in recent Australian literary history’Australian‘Dodge Rose is fresh and aston

  8. says:

    Very strange and meticulous history of a family in modern Sydney and in 1920's Sydney For a first novel it is amazing

  9. says:

    An absolute disaster So much hype and after the first 40 pages or so unreadable The Emperor's New Clothes in liter

  10. says:

    261118 Gasp I I forgot to add my review here when I read this over a year agoBetter late than never here it is Regular readers know that I am making my way through James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake and have begun to recognise aspects of it that have made their way into other works of fiction – but I never expected that read

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