Fool and Other Moral Tales

Fool and Other Moral Tales
Type : epub |
Size : 2 MB

Descirption: From the brilliant, sui generis Anne Serre-author of the celebrated Governesses-come three delicious, thoroughly out-of-the-way tales.
Fairy-tale atmospheres and complex narratives are a hallmark of the fiction of Anne Serre, represented here by three radically heterodox novellas. The Fool "may have stepped out of a tarot pack: I came across this little figure rather late in life. Not being familiar with playing cards, still less with the tarot, I was a bit uncomfortable when I first set eyes on him. I believe in magic figures and distrust them…a figure observing you can turn the world upside down." The Narrator concerns a sort of writer-hero: "Outcasts who can’t even tell a story are what you might call dropouts, lunatics, misfits. With them the narrator is in his element, but has one huge advantage: he can tell a story." Little Table, Set Yourself!-a moral tale concerning a family happily polyamorous-is the most overtly a fable…

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