Hallucinating Foucault

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Serpent's Tail, 1996 - Fiction - 178 pages
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Employing a narrative style as limpid and engaging as that of Camus, this first novelist ably refutes her hero's assertion: "The love between a writer and a reader is never celebrated." This is a ... Read full review

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A fascinating love story whose effect on me was strangely similar to the movie A Single Man: all the puny everyday experiences of my life suddenly seemed bleak and irrelevant, and as i read, i turned into each character one by one and went NOW, this is it, i'm living for real.


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