Stuart Kelly

Puzzle Pieces: Cowboy Graves, by Roberto Bolaño, reviewed

Three posthumous novellas may just be drafts or abandoned ideas, but they enter the subconscious as deeply as Bolaño’s larger works

Roberto Bolaño in his study in Sitges, Spain in the 1990s. Credit: Alamy

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