From the book jacket: Written with the pace and thrust
of a thriller, this is a stunning intellectual adventure, a moral
fable bursting with art, poetry, music, and profound philosophical
Drawing readers in with a cool, oddly
appealing bluntness, the narrator of The
Society of Others launches a disturbingly surreal tale of his
adventures in an unnamed country somewhere in Eastern Europe. His
plan is to hitchhike through Europe without any destination, but
like a character in a Kafka novel, he finds himself confronting a
world that defies rational explanation and descending into an orgy
of violence that threatens to destroy his power to control his
Comment: The Society of ...
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