A traumatic childhood memory overcomes I., spurring a lucid, unsettling account of a stay in a children's hospital, distorted and distilled by the passage time. By turns acerbic, poetic, and absurd, Inga Machel's story recalls the works of Thomas Bernhard and Peter Handke, and unites a child's imagination with the perception of a brilliant, troubled adult.
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