Partisans: A Lost Work by Geoffrey Peerson Leed

Partisans A Lost Work by Geoffrey Peerson Leed Through the lost work of the mysterious Geoffrey Peerson Leed this novel describes a brutal war in an unspecified past as well as Leed s struggle to survive in paranoiac future riven by totalitariani

  • Title: Partisans: A Lost Work by Geoffrey Peerson Leed
  • Author: M. Allen Cunningham
  • ISBN: 9780989302340
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • Through the lost work of the mysterious Geoffrey Peerson Leed, this novel describes a brutal war in an unspecified past as well as Leed s struggle to survive in paranoiac future riven by totalitarianism and social decay The book is presented in nine parts according to the designs indicated by Leed in the manuscripts that were discovered after his disappearance EverywhereThrough the lost work of the mysterious Geoffrey Peerson Leed, this novel describes a brutal war in an unspecified past as well as Leed s struggle to survive in paranoiac future riven by totalitarianism and social decay The book is presented in nine parts according to the designs indicated by Leed in the manuscripts that were discovered after his disappearance Everywhere at its heart, the book speaks boldly to our contemporary moment a time of unbridled surveillance, constant war, and maddening technological upheaval.

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    1. As a longtime reader of Cunningham's work, this book was a treat. The narrative switches between an [almost] unnamed Partisan fighter escaping from an unnamed war in an unnamed country, with interior-monologue interstitials of those, dead and alive, that he encounters on his existential journey, and the journals of an underground writer/reader living in a literary-dystopia.Cunningham in everywhere in this book, from his always-evocative prose in the "In Country" road sections, and the journals, [...]

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