Cosmos by Witold Gombrowicz
The search for clues, and their interpretation—the piecemeal reconstruction of the crime from the accumulated evidence—are the most basic building blocks of the mystery genre. But what happens if everything looks like a clue? What if the difference blurs between evidence and the random entropy of day-to-day life? What if even the crime itself seems arbi…
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