Zenobia

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Northwestern Univ., 1995 - Fiction - 192 pages
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The surrealistic tale of a man who lives in two worlds, one real, the other unreal. The unreal one is of his invention and is populated by interesting people such as Zenobia, a woman who infatuates him. By contrast the real world is boring, but he realizes its value in keeping him sane. By a Rumanian writer.

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A member of the Romanian literary establishment, Naum has penned an existentialist antinovel that has no clear plot, little development of characters (in fact, sometimes it's difficult to tell if the ... Read full review

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1n The Corridor
57
rv The Ladder
87
The Last Meeting of Dante and Beatrice on
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