Farewell, Monsieur Gaston

  • Nikolai Grozni
  • Author:  Nikolai Grozni
  • Year: 16-04-2014
  • Translator The book is in English
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  2236-01
  • SKU: 31.0049
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-412-9

  • Ex Tax: €10.65


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Farewell, Monsieur Gaston is a Dionysian mystery in which every character is also an actor, and each actor is a guest from another, hidden play, where all paths are circular and appearances are but a ruse by a primordial trickster-demiurge. Set up as an Athenian tragedy complete with a skene, a chorus leader, a chorus of manic bacchants, and an audience, the novel uncloaks a sunless, grotesquely violent realm and tracks the journey of an ill-fated Hero robbed of his most prized possession: his self. 

Nikolai Grozni is a writer, pianist, photographer and a former Buddhist monk. Farewell, Monsieur Gaston is his fifth novel.

About the Author

Nikolai Grozni

Nikolai Grozni

Nikolai Grozni was born in Sofia, Bulgaria. His given name is Nikolai Grozdinski.He began training as a classical pianist at the age of four and won his first major award in Salerno, Italy, at the age... Read more

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Tags: Bulgarian Authors,Philosophical Prose,Modern Novels

Year 16-04-2014
Translator The book is in English
Pages 416
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.613 kg
Cover Type Hardcover
Genre Bulgarian Authors, Philosophical Prose, Modern Novels

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