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Kanley Stubrick epub ↠ Paperback read æ naturaltreatment À A girl loses her shoe and the guy she lives with starts calling their friends to see if they know anything about the missing shoe Some of them have theories others don't seem to care Then the girl herself disappears and the guy goes looking for herIt miDisappear because there is nothing to hold them in placeKanley Stubrick is about the things in the world that we don’t know and Mike Kleine gives us permission to not be afraid of what we don’t kno come find her in Merced—where You will come tounderstand powerful romance and truecosmic wounds

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Elf disappears and the guy goes looking for herIt might be April but it might also be June The missing girl might be in Ojai or she might be in Merced She might have brown hair or she might not Things A fever dream where every page is a new year new country new headspace and the devil is always nearby and the heavens are ripping open and missing people with missing shoes might be on the beach or they might be in the jungle Either way it's the end of the world and it's a struggle just being alive

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Kanley StubrickA girl loses her shoe and the guy she lives with starts calling their friends to see if they know anything about the missing shoe Some of them have theories others don't seem to care Then the girl hers Experimentation continues on the literary fringesThis new novella from the author of Arafat Mountain see my review occupies “the same universe” as Kleine’s other books but it is distinct and stands on its own without depending on context It is however—by design—a disorienting reading experienceTo the extent that I am able to define the focus of this work I would say that it presents a parallel between the dissolution of a relationship and the breakdown of the characters' connection to their real lyves Television's power—and the power of other media—movies—books—to fragment our attention to bring our attention to an excessively narrow focus to substitute signs for our natural experience to manufacture fantasy and to render abstract and incomplete images of reality is reflected in the daily lives and absurd behavior of this book's protagonistsThe people who occupy this book’s world have very vague notions They are so detached that they don't really know even basic details of their own lives and are often too distracted to show concern for issues that should be critically important such as whether they may be in prison for having committed a crime or whether a loved one may have been abducted Most things that characters ought to know are ualified with I think maybe something whatever her grandson is missing and I don't know where she is I think this is maybe very important—like a movieIn some ways I think it would be fair to say that this text has a kind of Alphaville mood re the Godard film and why not make a cinematic comparison considering the book's interestsMeanwhile the style of the text differs radically from convention Spelling and typography have their own rules pronoun gender is flexible and prose is often rendered into short bursts of concrete poetry particularly in blocks of text that swell or taper Capitalization is nonstandard “He” and all words referring to “Him” are capitalized whereas “she” all words referring to “her” including her own “i” and sentences spoken by her are presented in lowercaseFrom the first sentence one is disoriented and may wonder if something has been omitted The book does not pause to explain“what are you watching”she asks“An aeroplane movie”He says“what’s an aeroplanemovie”“A movie with aeroplanes—I guess I’m not sure”Further worth noting The majority of characters are—nominally—Japanese But there appears to be only one world culture There is nothing distinctly national or ethnic about anyone or anything There are brands There are places There may be distances but distance is no problem There may be time that passes but time passesAnd the sky often looks like meat