Die With Twenty-Six Faces is a guide through his collection.
Tracing connections between books on the same subject, such as John Updike’s S, Georges Perec’s W and Louis Zukofsky’s A, the author elaborates on the symbolic content of letters, Joycean characters, Franz Kafka, Guy Davenport, and libraries within libraries. Designed by the author and mixing essay and fiction, A Die With Twenty-Six Faces is a playful meditation on contemporary literature, typography, and book collecting.
Roma Publications (2019), paperback, 104 pages, 13cm x 20cm
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