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Song for the Unraveling of the World
Paperback - English

A newborn's absent face appears on the back of someone else's head, a filmmaker goes to gruesome lengths to achieve the silence he's after for his final scene, and a therapist begins, impossibly, to appear in a troubled patient's room late at night. In these stories of doubt, delusion, and paranoia, no belief, no claim to objectivity, is immune to the distortions of human perception. Here, self-deception is a means of justifying our most inhuman impulses--whether we know it or not.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
EAN
9781566895484
Publication Date
11/06/2019
Pages
240
Dimension
20.83cm x 13.72cm x 1.78cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Evenson, Brian
Brian Evenson is the author of six books of fiction: "Altmann's Tongue" (Bison Books, 2002), "The Din of Celestial Birds" (Wordcraft, 1997), "Prophets and Brothers "(Rodent 1997), "Father of Lies" (Four Walls Eight Windows, 1998), "Contagion" (Wordcraft, 2000), and "Dark Property" (Black Square/Hammer Books/Four Walls Eight Windows, 2002). He received an O. Henry Award for his story "Two Brothers" and has twice received O. Henry honorable mentions. He now teaches in the creative writing program at Brown University.





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