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Written over a span of 40 years, this collection features the short stories of British writer Gabriel Josipovici. Unique and intriguing, the narratives take place in a variety of settings-including a seedy London nightclub in the 1960s, a brothel in Hamburg during World War I, and an airport in Bukovina in 1942-and explore not only Shakespeare’s mind as he writes Twelfth Night, but also Jorge Borges’ dreams of Finland and the Kalevala, a 19th-century work of epic poetry. Josipovici’s clear and simple prose will captivate academics as well as fans of highly original writing.

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