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Imagine, if you can, Freud and Proust sitting down for a chat with Zippy the Pinhead and the Marquis de Sade. Then, just when things are starting to get a bit silly, in walks Karl Marx with a dead serious face to deliver a vitriolic diatribe. After he has finished his speech, Jacques Lacan enters ands slips a couch under the narrator, who begins psychoanalyzing himself and his text. Zippy soon prevails, however, and the narrative has turned into a political allegory with characters out of Felix the Cat: a surrealist, ...

Putting My Foot in It 1994, Dalkey Archive Press

ISBN-13: 9781564780171

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Putting My Foot in It 1992, Dalkey Archive Press

ISBN-13: 9781564780027