The interrogation

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Adam Pollo, an amnesiac ex-student, has broken into an empty seaside villa. He visits the town at rare intervals and as briefly as his scanty purchases - cigarettes, biscuits, beer - permit. Soon lack of human contact affects him like a drug and he experiences other modes of being: through a dog's eye or a rat's . . . states of heightened consciousness which build up into a terrifying world of glaring hallucinatory experience. Then Adam addresses a small crowd in the town. His unnerving rhetoric ends in arrest and removal ...

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jummpingjoe

Nov 25, 2010

GREAT BOOK

BEAUTIFUL KAFKA LIKE PROSE,EASY TO READ & KEEPS YOUR ATTENTION THROUGHOUT THE PAGES..

sculler

Jan 14, 2010

excellent fiction

A remarkable piece from one of the worlds best. The story of a unique and unusually oriented individual seemingly caught between humanity and nature. As if Adam had arrived in the contemporary world.
Belongs with Saramago and
Murakami (or they with LeClezio).

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