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What if Western revolution and Eastern reincarnation were discovered to be the same thing? What if the Hindu classic The Mahabharata and Hugo's Les Miserables were in fact the same book? And what would it feel like if one person were able to experience this epic east/west continuance in one life? This delightfully eccentric novel orbits about the character of one "Siva," a ...more
Paperback, 113 pages
Published August 29th 1995 by Fiction Collective 2
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Reads like watered-down Pynchon with the sort of 'much-ado-about-nothing' attitude of Donald Antrim.

There's the much-needed grounding of events and characters in the third part and coda, but even this feels not very emotionally honest, and there's very little character development as the novel progresses, although I guess that's not what a novel like this is about.

The pictures were a nice touch but I didn't feel like they added anything to the experience or story.

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