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The Museum Of Doubt by James Meek
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Jul 25, 12

bookshelves: fiction
Read from June 13 to 18, 2012 — I own a copy

A surreal collection of short stories. It's hard to comment directly on the stories, as the book is far more concerned with experiments in postmodern aesthetics - this is not something that is really read , but rather it is experienced. The sparseness of the prose and the dismissal of accepted conventions in punctuation are both examples of this fixation on form. The underlying motif is one of challenging the concept of division between reality and unreality. This is a disturbing - and witty - collection that offers no easy answers.

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