Tree of Codes

Tree of Codes is a die-cut narrative by Jonathan Safran Foer, © Visual Editions 2010

A cool interview with Foer about the book is  “Book as Art Object” in The New York Times

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About Katie Willingham

I am a recently graduated English major and poet from Macalester College in Saint Paul, MN. I am an avid reader and have a lot to say about what I read.
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4 Responses to Tree of Codes

  1. kbergen says:

    YAY JSF! As I was reading this, I kept sort of wishing I’d read the book he used to write this book. Do you know much about it? (you haven’t read it, right?)

  2. Chelsea Mayo says:

    ohhh yeahhhh I remember this book. Nice ending – it’s very cool that you are able to examine an individual book AND relate it to the state of fiction as a whole. I don’t think many people bother making that jump, regardless of genre 🙂

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