The Problem with Relativity

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Fiction. Nothing in John Sokol's stories are as they appear. A visual artist with a Shakespearian bent for understanding the fundamental principles of "reality versus appearance," Sokol exposes moments of human folly and bizarre behavior as if he were exposing tricks of light and shade. The characters are by turn bizarre, pathetic, and sympathetic, and they reveal Sokol's dark sense of humor at its best: Van Gogh, at his most humorously neurotic; a jealous, scheming academic; a Peeping Tom; and a nine-year-old girl who can ...

The Problem with Relativity 2007, Rager Media

ISBN-13: 9780979209116

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