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SunLit Interview: Over 20 years, Gregory SETH Harris grew his Kafkaesque short story into a novel

"The Perfect Stranger" evolved, as he did in real time, and became many-layered -- part parable, part satire and totally devoted to having fun with the language

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SunLit Excerpt: In the absurdist novel “The Perfect Stranger,” reason and desire go under the knife

This novel from performance poet Gregory SETH Harris uses every device imaginable -- through language, plot and theme -- to create a narrative that can be consumed in many ways

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