The new novel by the author of the classic novels Apostrophe/Parenthesis and Ambiguity. A Jewish immigrant tries to make sense of life in New York City while trying to integrate his own past into his present. This novel is deep, pensive, and heartfelt. The transgressions of personhood are played against a backdrop of a world where language itself is a transgressive act. This is a book about the unbearable heaviness of living.
About the Author
Frederick Mark Kramer is a novelist, playwright and amateur violinist living on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
He is the author of four novels published by the JEF Books & Journal of Experimental Fiction: Apostrophe/Parenthesis (2011), Ambiguity (2012), Meanwhile (2014), and Passions and Shadows or Shadows and Passions (2016).