László Krasznahorkai and Max Neumann’s Animalinside

August 9, 2011 § Leave a comment

Currently reading a recently-published chapbook by Hungarian writer László Krasznahorkai that consists of 48 pages of short writings inspired by paintings done by Max Neumann.  The result is something that is so stunningly visceral that I thought it might be better to snap a couple of photos than to attempt (and fail miserably) at capturing this short book’s power in a traditional review essay.  Hope the little excerpts captured by the photos appeals to you as much as they do for me.

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