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Lth Books“Strange but wonderful like nothing I’ve read before A very short book but the scope is epic in detail I enjoyed the heck out of this book” Geekscribe“Should be reuired reading in the writing grad schools There’s nary a word wasted What’s left is comedy retrospection betrayal tenderness meditations on loneliness a love story that survives all attempts to suppress it not bad within 149 pages” Barnstable PatriotMichael S A Graziano Princeton University neuroscientist is the author of the novella Hiding Places New England Review 1997 the novel The Love Song of Monkey Leapfrog Press 2008 and The Intelligent Movement Machine Oxford University Press 20. Grimier than his Love Song of Monkey but eually page turning and even vivid The cover grosses me out so I put off reading it but I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book by my neuroscience professor

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The Divine Farce LeapLit“A DanteBeckett reduction of human struggle to its lowest common denominator” Michael Mirolla author of The Formal Logic of Emotion and Berlin“One of the most original and thought provoking stories I have ever readtrue literary artNot a word is wasted in this masterpiece Yes I call it that I have read many classics and I can tell you that The Divine Farce should be counted among them; the finest in American literature” GeekscribeThree strangers are condemned to live together in darkness crushed together in a concrete stall so small that they can never sit down Liuid food drips down from above Waste drains through a grid on the floor So begins one of the strange. If a shade in the second circle of hell wrote a book it might be like this book In begins with the narattor Henry confned in a narrow cylinder with a man and a woman He has no idea how he got there or why They can hardly move They live by licking substance flowing down the wall They relieve themselves standing up Luckily the floor is a mesh They scratch their way out of the cylinder and into a dimly lit cavern They become seperated so Henry explores the nether world alone I didn't find the book interesting or exciting There is no interacting with the divine or speculating why the Henry is going through the ordeal

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The Divine Farce (LeapLit) Free download Ç 105 ½ “A DanteBeckett reduction of human struggle to its lowest common denominator”—Michael Mirolla author of The Formal Logic of Emotion and Berlin“One of the most original and thought provoking stories I have ever readtrue literary artNot a word is wasted in this masterpiece Yes I cSt most surreal comments on the human experience on love and hatred and the human ability to find good in any situation no matter how difficult Michael S A Graziano delights in the macabre and surreal yet it is his optimism that lifts this little novel Like The Love Song of Monkey this book is deeply thought provoking horrifying and funnyPraise for The Love Song of Monkey“Imaginative intelligent narrative Twin ideas of forgiveness and mercy twist through this strange moving patiently wrought novel” Publishers Weekly“Fabulously imagined seriously considered and very funny A kind of fairytale antithesis on the meaning of existence Fantastic” Spirituality and Hea. A truly bizarre and ugly book which is all the disturbing because it's designed to be an allegory for human existenceThe book starts with three people naked and standing up in a concrete tube From the ceiling drips pear juice to keep them alive and the floor is grated to get rid of their waste as it falls Together in perfect darkness the three grow to love each other so much so that they almost don't take the opportunity to escape when it's presented the fear of the unknown also plays into this Following the opening Graziano paints creates a stark setting where the cruft of daily life is stripped away and everyone spend their days a seemingly endless number of them wandering around naked in ankle deep sewage and fighting for the bare necessities of life while making their way through an incomprehensible labyrinth No one communicates in the labyrinth and there's seemingly no escape even for those who have given in to despairA very interesting book although maybe not one you want for the beach or a rainy day