Friday, June 24, 2016

the last book I ever read (Donald Antrim's The Hundred Brothers, excerpt twelve)

from The Hundred Brothers: A Novel by Donald Antrim:

Before I could put on the mask I had to get the rest of my costume in order. As a rule this is not difficult because my costume consists only of nakedness. Primitive, elementary, unencumbered, old-fashioned, barbaric, vulnerable, willing, childlike nakedness.

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