'Begat' (Paperback)
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Paperback 96 Pages / Published: 27/07/2017
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A blackly comic tale set in a grisly, too pre-failed to fail English university, where the students invent a mascot: an imaginary student; a Photoshop Frankenstein, who grows monstrous as they empty into him all the worst of themselves. As the narrator Julia, a horrified University Registrar, looks on, this meta-student dominates social media, rises effortlessly to national power, and inflicts national destruction.

Publisher: IndieBooks
ISBN: 9781908041395
Number of pages: 96
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“21st Century Gogol”

Much as Dead Souls exposed the rotten core of Russian serfdom, Begat exposes a problem at the heart of, even with the idea of, social media, doing so in the form of a gripping narrative, written with verve.

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“21st Century Gogol”

Dead Souls helped educated Russians see some of the problems with serfdom - this book does the same for aspects of social media. I hope it enjoys a wide readership. I feel it has done more than anything else to... More

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