The age of wire and string

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The Age of Wire and String by Ben Marcus

In The Age of Wire and String, hailed by Robert Coover as the most audacious literary debut in decades, Ben Marcus welds together a new reality from the scrapheap of the past. Dogs, birds, horses, automobiles, and the weather are some of the recycled elements in Marcuss first collection—part fiction, part handbook—as familiar objects take on markedly unfamiliar meanings. Gradually, this makeshift world, in its defiance of the laws of physics and language, finds a foundation in its own implausibility, as Marcus produces new feelings and sensations—both comic and disturbing—in the definitive guide to an unpredictable yet exhilarating plane of existence.
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The book is composed of 8 sections, divided into 41 parts, which combine technical language with lyrical imagery to form a sort of Postmodern catalog by turns surreal, fantastic, and self-referential. This book is a catalog of the life project as prosecuted in the Age of Wire and String and beyond, into the arrangements of states, site, and cities and, further, within the small houses that have been granted erection or temporary placement on the perimeters of districts and river colonies.
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To call The Age of Wire and String a unique work of literature would be a massive understatement. Never before has one book resembled the stark and brutal prose of McCarthy or Faulkner on one page, and the anarchic and bizarre ramblings of Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer on the next.
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KIRKUS REVIEW

Thank you! Here is a dazzling word-wizardry: always difficult, often exhausting, at times opaque, yet clearly driven by a consistent vision, program, and purpose. A rare, genius-struck achievement intended to warn readers into looking at the truth anew; not easy, but filled always with great beauties, high themes, enormous sorrows. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again. Be the first to discover new talent!

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