At moments when reality shows itself to be unstable or uncanny, we experience a form of vertigo. This is further complicated when we try to transform experience into writing, and fact clashes with memory. Vertigo explores this theme through four stories and four journeys. With Stendhal we travel through the unreliable and painful recollections of an inglorious military career. With Kafka we travel to Italy and an unsuccessful bid to regain physical and mental well-being. Through these journeys and two by the unnamed ...

Vertigo 2016, New Directions Publishing Corporation

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