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Impossible Encounters by Zoran Živković
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Oct 25, 09

bookshelves: dark-professions, esoterica, outcasts
Read in July, 2009

An imagined and maybe surreal look at how death arrives, or how we go to it. Instead of a light at the end of the tunnel, it's a portrait hall and finally a door that opens onto a room with the most important painting of all.

In other cases, people who are near the end or ready for the end find inspiration or forgiveness or new hope in places they might now have been expecting.

Very lyrical in tone. Quick read.

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