“Fate is smarter than us”, said Belgian writer Georges Simenon. “The Cosmological Eye” and “Sunday after the War” are two novels by Henry Miller. Vance Packard’s “The Waste Makers” and James A. C. Brown’s “Techniques of Persuasion” are books with sociological content. In “Monday after the War”, the photocopies confront the protagonists of an encounter – a kind of unexpected literary crisis.
Monday after the War
Izet Sheshivari | 03.09.2011
Staple bound | 12 pages | 200 x 290 mm
Photocopies, First Edition | ISBN 978-2-940409-47-1
Out of Print