Miller and Pynchon

Meet Mr. Miller and Mr. Pynchon. As government surveyors, their job is to measure the world. In time, a loftier task awaits them: the observation of the Transit of Venus. They are true men of science: they find safety in numbers.   But some things in life will always remain incalculable. Grief, for example, and remorse. And faith. And the generation gap. And, it goes without saying, the opposite sex. Not to mention the fateful gigantic cheese, or the talking crocodile with a predilection for poetry…  The twenty enigmatic parables that make up the story of Leopold Maurer's  Miller & Pynchon trace a different trajectory for our heroes – by turns comic, poignant, farcical and tragic – towards a truer, perhaps more hopeful, definition of what it is to be human.
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Page Count

168 Pages

Print Release Date

September 3 2012

Digital Release Date

October 10 2018

Age Rating

17+ Only

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