"Some readers will find these stories repetitive and aridly arty. But the dialogue is witty and erudite, the style lapidary, and there are moments of elegiac lyricism to rival Tuten's great Tintin in the New World (1993)."
The latest from Tuten, one of the gray eminences of the American avant-garde (The Green Hour
, 2002, etc.), is a collection of enigmatic and interconnected stories about love, death, myth and memory.
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