Defending Infinity

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Pocol Press, 2008 - Fiction - 264 pages
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Defending Infinity is a tragi-comedy by Ken Janjigian. Van Arakalian has been playing it safe for many years. He has a proper job, a loving fiancee and suburbia is calling. However, soon after his father's death, his life veers towards cataclysm. He quits his job and returns to bartending where he befriends an eccentric and seductive group of artists. Meanwhile, Van is dealing with insomnia. During sleepless hours he obsessively keeps a surreal and spontaneously written journal, which he refuses to read. Van's fiancee finally demands that he examine the real issues catalyzing his erratic behavior, but Van is suddenly more focused on starting a new life of travel and creativity."

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Contents

Section 1
22
Section 2
27
Section 3
39
Section 4
53
Section 5
76
Section 6
89
Section 7
100
Section 8
121
Section 12
155
Section 13
163
Section 14
182
Section 15
199
Section 16
215
Section 17
227
Section 18
239
Section 19
251

Section 9
142
Section 10
144
Section 11
146
Section 20
263
Copyright

About the author (2008)

Ken Janjigian is also the author of Trapped Doors (Pocol Press, 2005), a collection of novellas set in San Francisco.

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