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Venice: The Glass Cube: The Philosopher: The Big I: Monologues

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138 pages2 hours

Summary

Are you reading what appear to be disjointed notes, diary entries and internal monologues, or do what seem like mere fragments with little relationship with one another amount to a unified order, and perhaps even a narrative? These five texts stage the unknown narrator's obsessive, unending, private engagement with the Other, with the realm of the senses and the realm of thought. In turns both comic and serious, fiction verges into philosophy and philosophy into fiction, order into disorder and disorder into order. In a continuous dialogue with himself the narrator meditates on love, time, certainty, uncertainty, the Absolute and the Dionysian.

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