The Unruly Bridal Bed and Other Grotesques

The Unruly Bridal Bed and Other Grotesques By Mynona Salomo Friedlaender W. C. Bamberger, Originally published in 1921, The Unruly Bridal Bed brings together ten indefinable tales that include Tobias and the Prune, Plant Paternity, The Dissolute Nose, Fried Sphinx Meat and The Great Gold Plated Flea Under his literary pseudonym Mynona a palindrome for the German Anonym, or Anonymous , Salomo Friedlaender here displays his unique brand of phiOriginally published in 1921, The Unruly Bridal Bed brings together ten indefinable tales that include Tobias and the Prune, Plant Paternity, The Dissolute Nose, Fried Sphinx Meat and The Great Gold Plated Flea Under his literary pseudonym Mynona a palindrome for the German Anonym, or Anonymous , Salomo Friedlaender here displays his unique brand of philosophical slapstick that blends fairytale technology with proto metafiction and at times unsettling meditations on fornicating plants, aristocratic eugenics, spiritual and physical hermaphroditism, and our excremental sun With its companion volume of grotesques, My Papa and the Maid of Orleans, this collection offers a perfect introduction to the great German humorist s work.. The Unruly Bridal Bed and Other Grotesques Originally published in The Unruly Bridal Bed brings together ten indefinable tales that include Tobias and the Prune Plant Paternity The Dissolute Nose Fried Sphinx Meat and The Great Gold P

  • Title: The Unruly Bridal Bed and Other Grotesques
  • Author: Mynona Salomo Friedlaender W. C. Bamberger
  • ISBN: 9781939663269
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. These short surreal tales from the founder of Creative Indifference , a philosophical standpoint residing at the centre of polar opposites sort of a vantage point from which to watch and satirise life s absurd collisions and tensions are amusing creations steeped in their cultural and political epochs 1910s Germany , and as such the humour often fails to translate German humour from the 1910s not being something most people would find a knee slapping hoot, full kudos is awarded to the translator [...]

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