Colourless Green Ideas Sleep Furiously: Short Essays and Alternative Versions
Quattro Books, 2012 - 110 pages
Colourless Green Ideas Sleep Furiously is a collection of short essays that are pithy, aphoristic, and full of fresh insights and witticisms in the manner of Kafka's Parables and Paradoxes, Eduardo Galeano's Book of Embraces, or Pascal's Pensées. "Mark Frutkin has distilled his meditations on language, reason, myth and mystery into nuggets to tickle you into new ways of thinking." - Mark Fried, translator of Galeano.
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