'Beatrice and Virgil,' Yann Martel 

Holocaust humor? It’s doomed to turn dark and depressing.

Beatrice and Virgil haunts silences and frustrates readers. The narrative follows the life of a popular author named Henry as he attempts to get his second novel published. One problem: It’s a comedy about the Holocaust. After being turned down by…

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