Conglomeros by Jesse Browner

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A wealthy and world-weary New York dilettante travels to the woods of Romania and brings back Conglomeros, the world's most perfect and beautiful living thing, but his obsession with his find sends the creature off on an adventure. A first novel.

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About the AuthorJesse Browner is the author of four books including the novels Conglomeros (Random House 1992), Turnaway (Random House 1996) and The Uncertain Hour (Bloomsbury 2007). He has also translated a number of notable books including the award winning Celine: A Biography. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and two daughters.
Published November 24, 1992 by Random House. 245 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Spurred on by such soul-destroyers as The New York Times and The Twilight Zone, the creature soon tires of its isolated existence and convinces Aaron to introduce it to New York.

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