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Resurrection of the Word: The Uncanny Persistence of William Gibson’s “Agrippa”

Had his final wishes been obeyed, Franz Kafka would perhaps be the literary equivalent of Nikola Tesla―a luminary who, for one reason or another, went relatively unknown during his lifetime, but whose exant works point to a more tantalizing oeuvre just out of our reach. And while Kafka had not developed anything audacious enough to […]