Ouf, je vais enfin pouvoir feindre que j'ai fini ce bouquin.
Add. : Alan Moore est interviewé pour son second roman, Jerusalem et il explique la difficulté de continuer l'expérimentalisme "moderniste" (ou pré-post-moderniste) :
“[Jerusalem] is a very big book -- but it's very readable," he assures me when I call to ask how it's going.
"Apart from the Lucia Joyce chapter, which is completely incomprehensible."
How so? "It's all written in a completely invented sub-Joycean text. I read it through again and I can actually understand most of it -- well, all of it. But it's the only way I could have written that stuff. It's an experiment."