Reminiscent of the prose work of Beckett, this novel in parts moves the reader through rituals of question and response, and are every bit as mesmerizing and surprising as Foreman's plays. Fans of his theater work will recognize the jolting, quirky humor, his obsession with exploring the mind's slippery territories and his iconoclastic approach to language. Like works such as Sam Shepard's Cruising Paradise and the writings of Artaud, No-Body will be read not only for the pleasure of it but also for clues, not only about theater but about living. Part fable, part slapstick comedy, part metaphysical roadmap, No-Body is a brilliant re-invention of the novel for our time.
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Published November 1, 1996
by Overlook Hardcover.
Literature & Fiction.