Magdalena Tulli was born in 1955. “In Red” (Wczerwieni, WAB, 1998), her second book, also received great critical acclaim in Poland and elsewhere. Tulli lives in Warsaw, where she works as a psychologist and translator.
"Erudite fans of postmodernist language games may find this thrilling, but it's a decidedly acquired taste."
Masquerading as a novel, this latest from Polish experimentalist Tulli (Dreams and Stones, 2004, etc.) is actually a brain-teasing meditation on the conventions of fiction and the strategies of grammar.
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