Rabbit island : stories
"Combining the gritty surrealism of David Lynch with the explosive interior meditations of Clarice Lispector, the stories in Elvira Navarro's Rabbit Island traverse the fickle, often terrifying terrain between madness and freedom. In the title story, a so-called "non-inventor" conducts an experiment on an island inhabited exclusively by birds and is horrified by what the results portend. "Myotragus" bears witness to a man of privilege's understanding of the world being violently disrupted by the sight of a creature long thought extinct. Elsewhere, an unsightly "paw" grows from a writer's earlobe; a grandmother floats silently in the corner of a room."--
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|Location||Call Number /
|Bloomfield Public Library||FIC Navarro (Text)
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