Altmann's Tongue: Stories and a Novella

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U of Nebraska Press, 1994 - Fiction - 278 pages
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Brian Evenson has added an O. Henry Award?winning short story, "Two Brothers," to this controversial book and a new afterword, in which he describes the troubling aftermath of the book's publication in 1994.
 

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Contents

The Father Unblinking
3
Killing Cats
9
Altmanns Tongue
13
A Persecution
15
The Blank
43
A Slow Death
53
Extermination
63
Usurpation
69
Hebe Kills Jarry
109
Hole
117
What Boly Seed
119
Boly Saved of Damnation
122
Done In
127
The Evanescence of Marion le Goff
131
Bodies of Light
135
New Killers
141

The Abbreviated and Tragical History of The Auschwitz Barber
73
A Conversation with Brenner
75
Stung
79
My Possessions
85
After Omaha
89
Hey Luciano
91
ShiftWork
93
An Undoing
95
Mix Mex Somebody
143
A Travelogue
145
Eye
167
The Sanza Affair
171
Two Brothers
241
Afterword
267
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About the author (1994)

Brian Evenson is an assistant professor of English at the University of Denver. He is the author of six books of fiction, including Father of Lies and Contagion: And Other Stories. Alphonso Lingis is a professor of philosophy at Penn State University. He is the author of numerous books, including The Imperative and Dangerous Emotions.

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