A journal of the flood year: a novel

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Donald I. Fine, 1992 - Fiction - 234 pages
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Set in the near future, a haunting black comedy introduces a disturbing world where dams have been built to extend the east coast into the Atlantic and the Department of Interior Personnel Security force roams the country

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Journal of the Flood

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Through the "journal'' of William Fowke, Ely tells a tale of a society of the future obsessed with the individual, a society where intimacy of any kind is taboo. Fowke is an engineer on a giant sea ... Read full review


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