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The stakes are wildly excessive in Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky’s awesome and blackly comedian philosophical fables, which abound in nested narratives and wild paradoxes. This new number of 11 mind-bending and spellbinding stories contains a few of Krzhizhanovsky’s so much surprising conceits: a provincial journalist who strikes to Moscow reveals his life ate up by means of the autobiography of his room’s earlier occupant; the arms of a celebrated pianist’s correct hand run away to spend an evening on my own at the urban streets; a man’s lifelong quest to chunk his personal elbow evokes either a highly renowned circus act and a brand new refutation of Kant. usual truth cracks open ahead of our eyes within the pages of Autobiography of a Corpse, and the intense spills out.
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