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Bebuquin
 
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Carl Einstein
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Bebuquin

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"...Bebuquin's body disappeared in the shadows with just the head staring at the sinking cloud, the head the colour of twilight. His head, a cooling star."

The first single volume English language translation of this seminal German expressionist novel, with an extensive introduction by Patrick Healy.

“The grotesque in the psychological realm opened the real, the domain of su...more
82 pages
Published 2008 by Trashface Books (first published 1912)
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this is what i imagine an acid trip to be like. super weird and confusing but pretty cool still. reminds me why i studied german lit in the first place.
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