Sunday After the War

With legsparted sheis always theidol, always the unattainable—andthe insatiable one. ... the ideahas taken possession ofher and the body becomes an insatiable machine whose repetitious movements dull the senses and leaveone stupefied.

Sunday After the War

"I always carry over 40,000 gold francs about with me in my belt. They weight about 40 pounds, and I am beginning to get dysentery from the load." A collection of stories and excerpts from longer works.

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Pages: 304
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Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 1944-01-01 - Publisher: New Directions Publishing

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