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Kafka Effekt, the (2001) [Collection]
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The Kafka Effekt is D. Harlan Wilson’s debut book, a collection of forty-four short stories loosely written in the vein of Franz Kafka, with more than a pinch of William S. Burroughs sprinkled on top. A manic depressive has a baby’s bottom grafted onto his face; a hermaphrodite impregnates itself and gives birth to twins; a gaggle of professors find themselves trapped in a port-a-john and struggle to liberate their minds from the prison of reason—these are just a few of the precarious situations that the characters herein are forced to confront. The Kafka Effekt is a postmodern scream. Absurd, intelligent, funny and scatological, Wilson turns reality inside out and exposes it as a grotesque, nightmarish machine that is always-already processing the human subject, who struggles to break free from the machine, but who at the same time revels in its subjugation.

Original title: The Kafka Effekt
Original languages: English


Genre: FictionFantasyLiterary FantasySurrealism

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Kafka Effekt, the (2001)
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Language: English

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ISBN: 0971357218

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