a giddying combination of exhilaration and perplexity, an addictive high-speed chase with bewildering changes in terrain that for the reader necessitate multiple gear shifts, sudden U-turns, three- and four-point turns, elegant loops and impossibly narrow angles to negotiate.
Irish Left Review reviews Living in the End Times by Slavoj Zizek
July 12, 2010 by versouk
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