Life as a Literary Device:
A Writer's Manual of Survival

Life as a Literary Device

by Vitali Vitaliev

Life as a Literary Device: A Writer's Manual of Survival is both a summation and a new beginning for Vitaliev. The book is an analysis of how literature has bound his life and an exploration of how to survive in the modern world.

Vitaliev is the Ukranian-born cultural commentator and journalist whose life has been spent exploring the curious, the unusual and the plain dotty manifestations of human life around the world. The author of cult classics, such as Dreams on Hitler's Couch and Passport to Enclavia, Vitaliev has a tremendously wry take on the human species as it goes about its daily life.

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