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The Stalinist's Wife
Louise Aubert leaves Mathieu Lord when he joins the Stalinist party. Fifteen years later, she...
Exterminated Angel
Gérald Godin gives us an astonishing first novel written in the tradition of the American...
A Mystery in Naples
In trying to uncover why Francesca Nobili killed herself, this mystery novel searches the politically...
A Beach in Maine
In this lyrical novella, reminiscent of Marguerite Duras, Suzanne Jacob describes the poignant sojourn of...
Maude
Maude is an artist. Bruno looks after her. Or does he sponge off her? Is...
Dark Man
The appearance of Dark Man cannot be an event without consequence. Once come into this...
The first novel by renowned Slovene publisher, politician, and TV personality Luka Novak is an intellectual farce, a surrealistic gallop through philosophy and art. With echoes of Thomas Pynchon and Woody Allen (with Hegel chanting in the background), we follow the ethical, erotic, and culinary adventures of a neurotic Slovene psychiatrist, a sassy Bosnian masseuse, a German mythology professor, and a politically-influential building contractor, involved in religious iconographic propaganda that incites a revolution in Venezuela. The witty and wildly original plot runs from Provence through Ljubljana and Tubingen to Caracas, and weaves in solutions to important ideas and questions: What...
The Golden Shower: Or What Men Want

Luka Novak, Urška Charney
2012
The Golden Shower: Or What Men Want
Moncton Mantra
Images
Isabelle's Notebooks
Palestine
Angelina's Lips
La Famille Gaetano
Girls Closed In
Fabrizio's Passion
Women and Lovers
Amazon Angel
Doubly Suspect
The Blue Whale