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Depicting the hopeless, emotional polarity of a young couple, this novel follows their doomed marriage spent in a remote, tropical hell. Shedescribed only as "the girl"is young, sophisticated and sensitive. He, "Mr. Dog-Head," is an unreconstructed thug and heavy drinker who rapes his wife, otherwise passing his time bludgeoning rats with a tennis racket. Together with a visiting stranger, "Suede Boots"who urges the woman to escape until he is banished by her husbandthese characters live through the same situations twice. Their identities are equally realor unrealin each case. With slight variation in the background and the novel's atmosphere, neither the outcome nor the characters themselves are quite the same the second time. The constant question of the jungle "brain-lever" bird remains unanswered: who are you?
Published: Peter Owen Publishers an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on Nov 1, 2001
ISBN: 9780720616347
List price: $9.99
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Kavan's unique writing style is somewhere between night and day, dream and reality, madness and sanity, delerious and sober. This is her best work, with the setting and characters balanced perfectly and yet contrasted against each other. It is surprising that Kavan is not a better known writer in popular circles.read more
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Kavan's unique writing style is somewhere between night and day, dream and reality, madness and sanity, delerious and sober. This is her best work, with the setting and characters balanced perfectly and yet contrasted against each other. It is surprising that Kavan is not a better known writer in popular circles.
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