The New Yorker, April 27, 1998 P. 164
SHOWCASE of six of Europe's best young novelists. The writers chosen include Ingo Schulze, a German who writes about newly unified Germany, and who has been compared to Raymond Carver; Marcel Beyer, another German, who wrote "The Karnau Tapes" about a man who records Hitler's last utterances; Marie Darrieussecq, a French writer who is the metamorphosing eroticist of her generation; Victor Pelevin, Russia's heir to Joseph Heller; Juan Manuel de Prada, whose literary thriller "La Tempestad" won Spain's prestigious Premio Planeta; and Lawrence Norfolk, a British novelist, who wrote "Lempriere's Dictionary." The text is accompanied by a two-page black-and-white group photograph of all six writers by Richard Avedon.
Почему "наследник Джозефа Хеллера"?